Suicidal Poisonings Caused by Pesticides in Voivodina (Yugoslavia) During 1960–1984

  • M. Šovljanski
  • R. Šovljanski
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Observation of the incidence of suicides and the mode of their realization for a longer period of time in one region, as a rule, reveals definite characteristics. If the region observed still has some specificity, then such observations have even greater significance.


Statistical Yearbook Federal Republic Suicide Rate Total Consumption Fixed Level 
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