Data Sharing in Health Sciences and Law

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Data Sharing in Health Sciences and Law. / Corrales Compagnucci, Marcelo (Redaktør); Minssen, Timo (Redaktør); Fenwick, Mark (Redaktør); Aboy, Mateo (Redaktør); Liddell, Kathleen (Redaktør).

Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore, 2023. (Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation).

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Corrales Compagnucci, M, Minssen, T, Fenwick, M, Aboy, M & Liddell, K (red) 2023, Data Sharing in Health Sciences and Law. Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation, Springer Nature Singapore, Singapore.

APA

Corrales Compagnucci, M., Minssen, T., Fenwick, M., Aboy, M., & Liddell, K. (red.) (2023). Data Sharing in Health Sciences and Law. Springer Nature Singapore. Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation

Vancouver

Corrales Compagnucci M, (ed.), Minssen T, (ed.), Fenwick M, (ed.), Aboy M, (ed.), Liddell K, (ed.). Data Sharing in Health Sciences and Law. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore, 2023. (Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation).

Author

Corrales Compagnucci, Marcelo (Redaktør) ; Minssen, Timo (Redaktør) ; Fenwick, Mark (Redaktør) ; Aboy, Mateo (Redaktør) ; Liddell, Kathleen (Redaktør). / Data Sharing in Health Sciences and Law. Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore, 2023. (Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation).

Bibtex

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