The Malaysian Family Physician is the official journal of the Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia. It is published three times a year.
Circulation: The journal is distributed free of charge to all members of the Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia. Complimentary copies are also sent to other organizations that are members of the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA).
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The Malaysian Family Physician Journal
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Disclaimer: Although an official publication, the Malaysian Family Physician provides a forum for free expression and exchange of views among those in the profession. Therefore, views expressed in signed articles are not necessarily those of the Journal or the Academy. The views of the Editor need not reflect the views of the Academy. No portion of any matter appearing in the Malaysian Family Physician may be quoted or republished in any form without the prior written consent of the author, editor and the Academy.
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