Modern Hematology — a Complex Interdisciplinary Tool

István Benedek 1  and Theodora Benedek 1
  • 1 University of Medicine and Pharmacy, , Tîrgu Mureș, Romania

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  • 20. Opincariu D, Mester A, Benedek I, Benedek I. Stem cell therapies in peripheral vascular diseases – current status. Journal of Interdisciplinary Medicine. 2017;2:12-19.

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  • 24. Mester A, Opincariu D, Benedek I, Benedek I. Stem cell therapy in wound healing. Journal of Interdisciplinary Medicine. 2017;2:20-24.

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