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Revisiting Lessons from the Field
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Surveillance for congenital rubella syndrome in Myanmar
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Health care expenditure in Burkina Faso
- Tin Tin Su, Bocar Kouyaté, & Steffen Flessa
Flocculant–disinfectant to reduce diarrhoea in children
- Tom M Chiller et al.
Assessing the dental needs of schoolchildren in Thailand
- Sudaduang Gherunpong, Aubrey Sheiham, & Georgios Tsakos
Tuberculosis control and health-systems efficiency
- Katherine Floyd et al.
Ethics and HIV testing
- Stuart Rennie & Frieda Behets
Child health in complex emergencies
- William J Moss et al.
Storage of hepatitis B vaccine
- David B Hipgrave, James E Maynard, & Beverley-Ann Biggs
Enhanced disease surveillance through private sector in Pakistan
- Mohammad Imran Khan et al.
La réforme des régimes de soins de santé: cadre international et communautaire, thématiques actuelles
- Jean Perrot
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