Epidemiological Bulletin, v. 20, n. 2, Jun. 1999
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IN THIS ISSUE... • Leading Causes of Mortality on the United States – Mexico Border • Pan American Conference on Antimicrobial Resistance in the Americas • Blood safety in the Americas – Non-Latin Caribbean countries – Blood Safety: Updated tables for selected countries of Latin America • News: Partnership for Measles Eradication in the Americas by the year 2000 • Norms and Standards in Epidemiology: Guidelines for Epidemiological Surveillance – Malaria – Poliomyelitis • Preparatory Meeting of the PAHO/WHO Regional
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