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Case Study

Influence of Natural Honey on Biochemical and Hematological Variables in AIDS: A case study

Al-Waili's Charitable Foundation for Research and Trading, New York, USA, and Dubai Specialized Medical Center, Islamic Establishment for Education, UAE

Received 14 September 2005; Revised 11 October 2005; Accepted 14 October 2005

Academic Editor: Joav Merrick

Copyright © 2006 Noori S. Al-Waili et al.

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