Health care for remote areas proceedings of an international conference sponsored by Kaiser Foundation International. James P. Hughes, editor. by Conference on Health Care for Remote areas, Bellagio, Italy 1972

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  • Medical care -- Developing countries -- Congresses.,
  • Medicine, Rural -- Congresses

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ContributionsHughes, James P., 1920-, Kaiser Foundation International
LC ClassificationsRA390 A2 C66 1972
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Number of Pages163
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Open LibraryOL20329255M

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