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Use of the Guidelines
These guidelines cover a wide range of issues and are intended to meet the different situations that exist in various countries and regions of the world. The guidelines can be modified to meet the specific needs of WHO Member States. WHO can provide technical assistance to facilitate such efforts. Where appropriate, a phased approach to the implementation of the guidelines should be considered.
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