Report of the Second International Conference on the Elimination of Leprosy as a Public Health Problem, New Delhi, India, 11-13 October 1996
International Conference on the Elimination of Leprosy as a Public Health Problem (2nd: 1996: New Delhi, India) & World Health Organization. Leprosy Control Unit. (1997). Report of the Second International Conference on the Elimination of Leprosy as a Public Health Problem, New Delhi, India, 11-13 October 1996. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/63329
DescriptionCo-sponsored by the Sasakawa Memorial Health Foundation and the Government of India
Report of the concurrent ministerial meeting held in New Delhi during the International Conference, Annex 1 (p.27-28)
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