Международный взгляд на Национальные Технико-Консультативные Группы по Иммунизации

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A global look at national Immunization Technical Advisory Groups
Philippe Duclos
Maggie Bryson
Ann Jolly
Niyazi Cakmak
Elsevier Masson - Вакцина
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Статья из журнала Вакцина, раздел 28, приложение 1, 19 апреля 2010 г., А13-А17. Данная статья показывает результаты всемирного исследования, нацеленного на сбор информации о процессах разработки политики в области иммунизации в оазных странах, и в частности на существование и работу национальных Технико-Консультативных Групп по Иммунизации (ТКГИ)

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