Use of illicit drugs among high-school students in Jamaica / K. Soyibo and M. G. Lee
Otros títulosConsommation de drogues illicites chez des lycéens de la Jamaïque : résumé
Consumo de drogas ilícitas entre los estudiantes de secundaria de Jamaica : resumen
Soyibo, K & Lee, M. G. (1999). Use of illicit drugs among high-school students in Jamaica / K. Soyibo and M. G. Lee. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/56335
Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 1999 ; 77(3) : 258-262
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