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The interface between the national tuberculosis control programme and district hospitals in Cameroon: missed opportunities for strengthening the local health system -a multiple case study

Bibliographic reference Keugoung, Basile ; Macq, Jean ; Buve, Anne ; Meli, Jean ; Criel, Bart. The interface between the national tuberculosis control programme and district hospitals in Cameroon: missed opportunities for strengthening the local health system -a multiple case study. In: BMC Public Health, Vol. 13, p. 265 [1-18] (2013)
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