A model protocol for a diabetes and other noncommunicable disease field survey / Gary K. Dowse & Paul Zimmet
Other TitlesModèle de protocole pour une étude de terrain sur le diabète et les autres maladies non transmissibles : résumé
Dowse, Gary K & Zimmet, Paul. (1992). A model protocol for a diabetes and other noncommunicable disease field survey / Gary K. Dowse & Paul Zimmet. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/49366
World health statistics quarterly 1992 ; 45(4) : 360-372
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