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Research priorities in maternal and child health report of a conference, June 9 and 10, 1981, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts

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Published by Brandeis University in [Waltham, Mass .
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  • Maternal Health Services.,
  • Child Health Services.

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Proceedings of the Conference on Research Priorities in Maternal and Child Health.

Statementsponsors: the Florence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare, Brandeis University; the Office for Maternal and Child Health, Health Services Administration, Public Health Service, United States Department of Health and Human Services ; editor: Lorraine V. Klerman.
ContributionsKlerman, Lorraine V., United States. Office for Maternal and Child Health., Conference on Research Priorities in Maternal and Child Health (1981 : Brandeis University)
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Paginationvi, 275 p. ;
Number of Pages275
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Open LibraryOL14741910M

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