The Journal of Virus Eradication is an open-access journal that is
published by Mediscript. Our full address is:
1 Mountview Court,
310 Friern Barnet Lane,
London N20 0LD
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Why we collect data
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The Journal of Virus Eradication website contains links to websites
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Changes to this notice
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this notice in line with best practice and changes in legislation. We will
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