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Reactive vaccination as an effective tool for measles outbreak control in measles mortality reduction settings, Democratic Republic of Congo, 2005–2006

By K P Alberti, L A King, M-E Burny, B K Ilunga and R Grais
Topics: Vaccination, Measles
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:fieldresearch.msf.org:10144/113626
Provided by: MSF Field Research

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