The prognosis for interruption of malaria transmission through assessment of the mosquito' s vectorial capacity / by C. Garrett-Jones
Garrett-Jones, C, Ferreira Neto, Joaquim Alves & World Health Organization. (1964). The prognosis for interruption of malaria transmission through assessment of the mosquito' s vectorial capacity / by C. Garrett-Jones. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/65229
DescriptionDocuments : WHO/Mal/455, WHO/Mal/456 (WHO/Vector Control/92), WHO/Mal/457-460, WHO/Mal/461 (WHO/Vector Control/76), WHO/Mal/462 (WHO/Vector Control/77), WHO/Mal/463-468, WHO/Mal/469.64-474.64, WHO/Mal/475.64 (WHO/Vector Control/101.64), WHO/Mal/476.64 (WHO/Vector Control/89.64), WHO/477.64 (WHO/Vector Control/100.64 - WHO/EBL/28.64), WHO/Mal/478.64 - 480.64, WHO/Mal/481.64 (WHO/Vector Control/103.64), WHO/Mal/482.65 (WHO/Vector Control/105.65), WHO/Mal/483.64, WHO/Mal/484.65 - 485.65, bound in 1 vol
Summary in French p. 8
Gov't Doc #WHO/Mal/470.64
MetadataShow full item record
Showing items related by title and MeSH subject.
Ben Gobrane, H.; Fakhfakh, R.; Rahal, K.; Ben Ayed, F.; Maalej, M.; Ben Abdallah, M.; Achour, N.; Hsairi, M. (2007)We estimated survival rate at 9 years of all  women with breast cancer diagnosed at Salah Aza‹ez Institute of Cancer in Tunis to identify the main prognosis factors. Data were collected on residence, socioeconomic level, circumstances of discovery of the tumour, histological type, tumour size, presence of metastases, extension of the tumour, treatment and survival. Comparison of survival curves was done with Log Rank test. Cox model was used for multivariate adjustments and calculation of the hazard ratio [HR] [relative risk of death]. There ...