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General or semi-specialised texts describing medical or clinical advances or contributions. These genres are intended for patients or interested general public.
Ebola virus disease
Type 1 diabetes
Clinical practice guideline
Specialised documents used to advise, inform or guide health and research professionals in the course of their work.
University publications intended for teachers or students. They’re used to transfer well-grounded knowledge during the training of future specialists.
Anatomy of the stomach
Acute myeloid leukaemia
Highly standardised texts presenting the results of novel research to experts or researchers in a particular specialty.
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