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HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE: GENERAL COMMENT 29

Substantive rights—general comments

Substantive rights—general comments

Human Rights Treaty Committees: General Recommendations/Comments

A Few Comments on General Theory of Quantized Fields

Internet and the Law of Contracts: General Comments and Identification of the Actors Involved (Abstract)

Comment on: Urinary tract infections in general practice patients: diagnostic tests versus bacteriological culture

Comment on: NICE guidance does not tally with clinical practice—a district general experience

Comment on: NICE guidance does not tally with clinical practice—a district general experience: reply

Comment on the Report of the International Commission of Inquiry on Darfur to the United Nations Secretary-General

Soft Law, Doctrinal Development, and the General Comments of the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Freedom of Expression: Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the Human Rights Committee’s General Comment No 34

Authors' Response to: Comment upon the article: Impact of occupational carcinogens on lung cancer risk in a general population

GP recruitment and retention: a qualitative analysis of doctors’ comments about training for and working in general practice. Occasional Paper 83. Julie Evans, Trevor Lambert, Michael Goldacre. (33 pages, £7.50.) Royal College of General Practitioners, 2002. ISBN 0-85084-276-X.

NICE risk factors for gastrointestinal adverse events in diclofenac users in general practice in Germany: comment on the article of Thompson et al.

Comment on ‘Magnitude conversion problem using general orthogonal regression’ by H. R. Wason, Ranjit Das and M. L. Sharma, (Geophys. J. Int., 190, 1091–1096)

Reply to ‘Comment on “Magnitude conversion problem using general orthogonal regression” by H. R. Wason, Ranjit Das and M. L. Sharma’ by Paolo Gasperini and Barbara Lolli

 

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