The Epidemiology Of War And Conflict

  • Frederick M. BurkleJr.


Diarrheal Disease Acute Lower Respiratory Infection Public Health Infrastructure Complex Emergency Country Model 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Frederick M. BurkleJr.
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  1. 1.The Center for International Emergency, Disaster and Refugee StudiesThe Johns Hopkins University Medical InstitutionsBaltimore

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