Injection practices in the third world : a case study of Thailand / A. V. Reeler, C. Hematorn
Reeler, Anne, Hematorn, Charuvan & WHO Action Programme on Essential Drugs. (1994). Injection practices in the third world : a case study of Thailand / A. V. Reeler, C. Hematorn. World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/60248
DAP research series ; no. 11
Gov't Doc #WHO/DAP/94.8. Unpublished
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