Swiss Medical Weekly

Original article

Auer C, Kiefer S, Zuske M, Schindler C, Wyss K, Blum J, Bosch-Capblanch X, Widmer U, Sauthier S, Janssens JP, Bossard K, Chatonnet C, Mazza-Stalder J, Začek B, Zellweger JP, Altpeter E, Mäusezahl M

Health-seeking behaviour and treatment delay in patients with pulmonary tuberculosis in Switzerland: some slip through the net

Errata

Rothermundt C, Thurneisen C, Cathomas R, Müller B, Mingrone W, Hirschi-Blickenstorfer A, Wehrhahn T, Ruf C, Rothschild SI, Seifert B, Terbuch A, Grassmugg T, Woelky R, Fankhauser C, Kunit T, Fischer NF, Fischer N, Inauen R, Kamradt J, Ziegler K, Haynes A, Jüni P, Gilessen S

Correction to: Baseline characteristics and patterns of care in testicular cancer patients: first data from the Swiss Austrian German Testicular Cancer Cohort Study (SAG TCCS)

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Swiss Medical Weekly, which began publication in 1871 as “Correspondenz-Blatt für Schweizer Aerzte”, is an international peer-reviewed medical journal following the Platinum Open Access model.

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