Editor's Message

September 2011
International Journal of Social Health Information Management;Fall2011, Vol. 4 Issue 8, preceding p1
Academic Journal
An introduction to Volume 4, Issue 8 of the journal in which the editor discusses mentions the journal's commitment to empowering health education and preventing diseases, as well as the goal of the journal.


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