Letter to the Editor

The Probable Effect of “Abrus pulchellus subsp. cantoniensis (Hance) Verdc.” on COVID-19


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IssueVol 7, No 2, 2022 QRcode
SectionLetter to the Editor
DOI https://doi.org/10.18502/tim.v7i2.9914
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Law S, Au D, Leung A, Xu C. The Probable Effect of “Abrus pulchellus subsp. cantoniensis (Hance) Verdc.” on COVID-19. Trad Integr Med. 2022;7(2):159-160.