Proceedings of the Workshop on the Essential Drugs Concept and the Role of Medical Schools in its Dissemination, Dar e-Salaam, Tanzania, 11-18 December 1986
Workshop on the Essential Drugs Concept and the Role of Medical Schools in its Dissemination (1986: Dar es-Salaam, Tanzania) & World Health Organization. Action Programme on Essential Drugs and Vaccines. (1987). Proceedings of the Workshop on the Essential Drugs Concept and the Role of Medical Schools in its Dissemination, Dar e-Salaam, Tanzania, 11-18 December 1986. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/61457
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