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Improving the Quality of Adult Mortality Data Collected in Demographic Surveys: Validation Study of a New Siblings' Survival Questionnaire in Niakhar, Senegal

Bibliographic reference Helleringer, Stéphane ; Pison, Gilles ; Masquelier, Bruno ; Kanté, Almamy Malick ; Douillot, Laetitia ; et. al. Improving the Quality of Adult Mortality Data Collected in Demographic Surveys: Validation Study of a New Siblings' Survival Questionnaire in Niakhar, Senegal. In: PLoS Medicine, Vol. 11, no.5, p. e1001652 (2014)
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