Research and intersectoral cooperation in the field of accidents / Claude J. Romer & Michel Manciaux
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Romer, Claude J & Manciaux, Michel. (1986). Research and intersectoral cooperation in the field of accidents / Claude J. Romer & Michel Manciaux. World health statistics quarterly 1986 ; 39(3) : 281-284 http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/47863
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