What health for whom?: a challenge for epidemiology / Rodolfo Saracci
Saracci, Rodolfo. (1998). What health for whom?: a challenge for epidemiology / Rodolfo Saracci. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/55451
World health forum 1998 ; 19(1) : 3-5
DescriptionWritten in the context of work being carried out by WHO's Advisory Committee on Health Research (ACHR)
Italian translation published in Epidemiologia & Prevenzione 1998, Vol. 22, pp. 131-132
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