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The role and contribution of epidemiology in planning operation and evaluation of regional medical programs heart neopl cancer and stroke vi epidemiological considerations concerning the regional medical programs from the bureau of disease prevention and environmental control human



The role and contribution of epidemiology in planning operation and evaluation of regional medical programs heart neopl cancer and stroke vi epidemiological considerations concerning the regional medical programs from the bureau of disease prevention and environmental control human



American Journal of Public Health 58(6): 1073-1076




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