WHO Technical Advisory Group on Acute Respiratory Infections : report of the third meeting, Geneva, 9-13 March 1987
World Health Organization. Programme for the Control of Acute Respiratory Infections. Technical Advisory Group. Meeting (3rd: 1987 : Geneva, Switzerland), World Health Organization. Tuberculosis and Respiratory Infections Unit & World Health Organization. Programme of Acute Respiratory Infections. (1987). WHO Technical Advisory Group on Acute Respiratory Infections : report of the third meeting, Geneva, 9-13 March 1987. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/66255
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