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Anatomy for Pharmaceutical Translators: Integumentary and gastrointestinal systems.

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Rania Ioannou  Identity Verified
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Last part cut in video Sep 15, 2015

Hello,

Unfortunately I could not attend the live webinar. I watched the video later but I noticed that the last part - the most important IMHO where everything we heard blends together - was cut off. Is there any chance that you will upload the whole video in the future?

Many thanks and regards,
Rania


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