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200 Journals Join in Theme Issues on Poverty and Human Development


October 22, 2007

people and society graphic this week on the relationship between poverty and human development. The initiative, coordinated by the Council of Science Editors, includes presentations on seven of the journal articles that will be Web cast live from the National Institutes of Health on Monday, Oct. 22, 2007. Two of the selected papers are by Harvard School of Public Health researchers. Full Story

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