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The Stakes of Globalization in the Field of Health: The Tolerance in Self-Regulatory Ethics Perspective, a Solution for Health Professionals for the Management of All Differences

By Antoine L. Ntetu and Marc Jean

Submitted: July 3rd 2011Reviewed: November 13th 2011Published: June 29th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/38783

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Antoine L. Ntetu and Marc Jean (June 29th 2012). The Stakes of Globalization in the Field of Health: The Tolerance in Self-Regulatory Ethics Perspective, a Solution for Health Professionals for the Management of All Differences, Globalization and Responsibility, Zlatan Delic, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/38783. Available from:

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