Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety, 29-30 November 2006 = Comité consultatif mondial de la sécurité vaccinale, 29-30 novembre 2006
World Health Organization. (2007). Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety, 29-30 November 2006 = Comité consultatif mondial de la sécurité vaccinale, 29-30 novembre 2006. Weekly Epidemiological Record = Relevé épidémiologique hebdomadaire, 82 (03), 18 - 24. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/240851
JournalWeekly Epidemiological Record = Relevé épidémiologique hebdomadaire, 82 (03): 18 - 24
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Policies to reduce exposure to environmental tobacco smoke : report on a WHO working group meeting, Lisbon, Portugal 29-30 May 2000 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/00/5020495, 2000)Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) poses a significant risk to health. It is carcinogenic to humans and is a risk factor for cardiovascular and respiratory diseases. Exposure to ETS is widespread, affecting people in houses, workplaces and public buildings. ETS is also a part of a broader problem of tobacco use. The Working Group was convened to discuss approaches to reducing the risks to health created by ETS and to support Member States in defining their policies on ETS. The Group concluded that public health policy and actions should aim at ...
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WHO European Region Interagency Coordinating Committee (ICC) : 3rd meeting focusing on tuberculosis : report, Sinaia, Romania 29-30 September 2004 WHO European Region Interagency Coordinating Committee. Meeting (3rd : 2004 : Sinaia, Romania); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/04/5058904, 2005)TB is out of control in many countries in the WHO European Region. The number of cases reported is increasing, and this is accompanied by a frightening rise in the incidence of MDR-TB and TB/HIV. The problem is compounded by inadequate political commitment, inadequate infrastructure, inadequate implementation of effective TB control strategies in many countries, and inadequate financial support. The Interagency Coordinatign Committee met for the third time in Sinaia, Romania, 29-30 September 2004, to discuss major challenges for TB control in the ...