Epidemiological Bulletin, v. 24, n.2, Jun. 2003
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IN THIS ISSUE: Methodological Note in Epidemiology: Techniques to Measure the Impact of Mortality: Years of Potential Life Lost | Health Situation Analysis: Diagnosis on the Use of Bulletins for the Dissemination of Epidemiological Information in the Region of the Americas | Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Update | Norms and Standards in Epidemiology | Case definitions: Ebola-Marburg viral diseases; Onchocerciasis (River Blindness) | Report of the Thirty-fourth Session on Health Statistics of the United Nations Statistical Commission, March 2003 | Updating the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision | Announcements: A Time Capsule of Health Situation Analysis in the Americas, 1902-2002 | Modules of Principles of Epidemiology for the Control of Diseases, Second Edition (Spanish version)| Core Data Initiative: New Brochures | II Meeting of the Regional Advisory Committee on Health Statistics (CRAES)
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