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- to notify you about changes to our service.
You have the right to request that we not disclose any of your personal data. You can notify us by contacting us at email@example.com.
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- BMJ MEA Saudi Version
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- HCP Edition
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- Advances in Diabetes no2
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- A Physician-Completed Digital Tool
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- UPDATE IN BIOSIMILARS
- IBSA Newsletter Vol 3 Issue
- Sanofi guide
- ASCO 2020 Annual Meeting
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- American College of Cardiology
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- Update in IPF
- Update in Ophthalmology-DME
- CV in MS
- Newsletter in Gastroenterology
- CV Ophthalmology
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- The BMJ Greek Edition
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- Current Views in Diabetes
- American Journal of Psychiatry
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- CV in Oncology
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- CHEST ME Edition
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- Current Views in Allergy
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- Update in Infections
- Alerts in Family Medicine
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- MCR AHA 2018
- Updates in Pediatrics
- Alerts in Dermatology
- ADA Spimaco
MEMI is a highly specialized, organized drug reference compiled for the benefit of medical professionals, listing nearly 3000 products from over 120 manufacturers. The sections of the Index facilitate retrieval of information easily and efficiently. MEMI is considered today to be the most comprehensive drug reference in the Middle East.
Specialist Indexes are pocket-sized versions of MEMI, the leading drug reference in the Middle East. Specialist Indexes are broken down by medical speciality, targeting hospitals and specialist centers throughout the Middle East.