Sudan's new drug policy proves its worth / H. M. Ali ... [et al.]
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Ali, H. M, Homeida, M. M. A, Rasheed, A. R. E & Bekele, A. (1986). Sudan's new drug policy proves its worth / H. M. Ali ... [et al.]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/47599
World health forum 1986 ; 7(3) : 256-260
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Ali, H. M; Homeida, M. M. A; Rasheed, A. R. E; Bekele, A (1986)
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