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Best Paper Award

This to certify that International Research and Publications in Medical Sciences (IRPMS) editorial team has considered to present the best paper award to the corresponding author Dr. Balram Sharma and Dr. Shruti Sharma for publishing his outstanding research paper in IRPMS, Volume-2, Issue-4, Oct-Dec entitled as 8. NEONATAL DIABETES MELLITUS- A REVIEW.

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