Educational information about haemophilia for families / prepared by members of the Medical Advisory Board, World Federation of Hemophilia, in particular, E. Berry, M. Hilgartner, and reviewed by P. Jones
Berry, E, Hilgartner, M, Jones, P, World Health Organization. Hereditary Diseases Programme, World Federation of Hemophilia. et al. (1992). Educational information about haemophilia for families / prepared by members of the Medical Advisory Board, World Federation of Hemophilia, in particular, E. Berry, M. Hilgartner, and reviewed by P. Jones. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/60836
DescriptionPrepared on behalf of the Joint WHO/WFH Meeting on the Possibilities for the Prevention and Control of Haemophilia, Geneva, 26-28 March 1990
Gov't Doc #WHO/HDP/HAEM/EMT/92.1. Unpublished
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