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Smoking-caused deaths and hospitalisations 1998-2002 : by Western Australian State Electoral Districts for the Upper and Lower House, with projections for the period 2005-2008 / by C. D'Arcy J. Hoffman & Elizabeth Unwin
Bib ID 3660931
Format BookBook
Author
Holman, C. D'Arcy J. (Cashel D'Arcy James), 1955-
 
Description West Perth, W.A. : The Cancer Council Western Australia, 2004 
ii, 24 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1876628375
Series

Monograph series (Cancer Council Western Australia) ; no. 5.

Notes

"December 2004"--T.p. verso.

Subjects Tobacco use -- Health aspects -- Western Australia -- Statistics.  |  Hospital utilization -- Western Australia -- Statistics.  |  Death -- Causes -- Statistics.
Other authors/contributors Unwin, Elizabeth  |  Cancer Council Western Australia
Also Titled

Smoking caused deaths and hospitalisations 1998-2002


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