Animal models for HIV infection and AIDS : Memorandum from a WHO meeting
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Report of a WHO informal consultation on animal models for HIV infection and AIDS, Geneva, 28-30 March 1988 WHO Information Consultation on Animal Models for HIV Infection and AIDS (1988: Geneva); WHO Global Programme on AIDS (WHO/GPA/BMR/88.2. Unpublished, 1988)
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/CMDS 08 01 05, 1997)The changes in the political atmosphere in Europe during the last decade has led to an increased tourist, cultural and business movement between the countries. Where there is any exchange, whether economic, military, cultural, scientific or tourist there are sexual relations - and where there are unprotected sexual contacts, there may be an increase in sexually transmitted diseases including AIDS. The open borders have revealed a wide variety of different political, economical and social conditions in Europe and as a consequence a concentration ...
Reevaluación de la disminución de la mortalidad infantil / Omar B. Ahmad, Alan D. Lopez y Mie Inoue Ahmad, Omar B; Lopez, Alan D; Inoue, Mie (2001)