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The Journal of the International Child Neurology Association (JICNA) is delighted to publish the proceedings of the 13th Congress of the International Child Neurology Association. The 500+ abstracts reflect the wide ranging research and practice in the field of child neurology, worldwide. While they are very informative and reflective of current trends in child neurology, readers should bear in mind that the abstracts may not have been fully peer reviewed. I look forward to receiving the full papers from this data to be considered for publication in JICNA.
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