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Contributing determinants of overall and wealth-related inequality in under-5 mortality in 13 African countries.

Bibliographic reference Van Malderen, Carine ; Van Oyen, Herman ; Speybroeck, Niko. Contributing determinants of overall and wealth-related inequality in under-5 mortality in 13 African countries.. In: Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health : an international peer-reviewed journal for health professionals and researchers in all areas of epidemiology, Vol. 67, no.8, p. 667-676 (2013)
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