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The diseases and health services of Papua New Guinea : a basis for national health planning / editor: C.O. Bell
Bib ID 1213230
Format BookBook
Author
Papua New Guinea. Department of Public Health
 
Description Port Moresby : Dept. of Public Health, 1973 
ix, 647 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0724701052
Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Medicine. Diseases. Incidence. Related to health services planning. Papua New Guinea. Reports with recommendations.  |  Public health -- Papua New Guinea.  |  Health facilities -- Papua New Guinea.  |  Medicine -- Papua New Guinea -- Case studies.
Other authors/contributors Bell, Clive Owen

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