Epidemiological Bulletin, v. 7, n4, Aug. 1986
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IN THIS ISSUE: Problems of occupational health in the Americas | Acute respiratory infections in a cohort of malnourished children in Mexico City | Preliminary report on an epidemic outbreak of active rheumatic disease in Chile | Registration of Chronic Disease in Canada: An overview | Epidemiological activities in the countries | Scientific challenges in the application of randomized trials | Diseases subject to the International Health Regulations
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