PressReader - Karger eJournals - Access South Africa
Access South AfricaThe largest collection of 130 current South African news sources from 1986 to today, Access South Africa provides in-depth coverage of local and regional issues and events from across the country.
These daily and weekly sources chronicle local issues and events at their source and provide content revealing local perspectives on national and international issues.
Access South Africa is a subset of Access World News, the largest compendium of news sources around the world, with over 9,000 titles from nearly every country, updated daily.
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Karger eJournal Collection (from 1998 to the current)
Comprises over 80 subscription-based journals and about 20 Open Access journals, covering all disciplines of human medicine and related sciences.
Over 50% of Karger journals focus on basic and clinical research; another 17% are clinical research oriented.
Many of the publications were founded at the time of modern medical specialization and even today continue to serve as a forum for the latest developments and findings of basic and clinical research.
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