Royal College of Physicians

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The Royal College of Physicans (RCP) is a UK professional body for doctors, many of whom work within the British National Health Service.[1]

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  1. "Royal College of Physicans". Retrieved Feb 1, 2019. 
  2. Royal College of Physicans; Royal College of Psychiatrists; Royal College of General Practitioners (1996). "Chronic fatigue syndrome". London: RCP. Retrieved Mar 22, 2019. 

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