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Child malaria in sub-saharan Africa : effective control and prevention require a health promotion approach

Bibliographic reference Houeto, David ; Deccache, Alain. Child malaria in sub-saharan Africa : effective control and prevention require a health promotion approach. In: International Quarterly of Community Health Education, Vol. 28, no. 1, p. 51-62 (2008)
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