Global tuberculosis incidence and mortality during 1990-2000 / P. J. Dolin, M. C. Raviglione, & A. Kochi
Dolin, Paul John, Raviglione, Mario C & Kochi, Arata. (1994). Global tuberculosis incidence and mortality during 1990-2000 / P. J. Dolin, M. C. Raviglione, & A. Kochi. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/51348
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 1994 ; 72(2) : 213-220
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