Fwd: Another original paper published in JID_The Heterogeneity of Measles Epidemiology in India: Implications for Improving Control Measures
- Another original paper published in Journal of Infectious Diseases:The Heterogeneity of Measles Epidemiology in India: Implications for Improving Control MeasuresManoj V. Murhekar; Yvan J. Hutin; Ramachandran Ramakrishnan; Vidya Ramachandran; Asit K. Biswas; Prasun K. Das; Surender N. Gupta; Dipankar Maji; Harish Chandra Singh Martolia; Armugam Mohan; Mohan D. Gupte
Journal of Infectious Diseases 2011 204: S421-S426For more details, scroll down below:Thank you very much.With warm personal regards,NikhilDr. Surender N. Gupta,MBBS; PGDHHM;PGDMCH;PGDCHFWM;FAIMS;;MA (Phil);FIMS;MAE (Epidemiology); OCCRTI
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--- On Fri, 6/17/11, Manoj Murhekar <mmurhekar@...> wrote:
From: Manoj Murhekar <mmurhekar@...>
Subject: Fwd: Your article has been published in Journal of Infectious Diseases
To: "surendernikhil gupta" <drsurendernikhil@...>
Date: Friday, June 17, 2011, 5:08 AMFYIManoj---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 11:30 AM
Subject: Your article has been published in Journal of Infectious Diseases
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Manoj V. Murhekar; Yvan J. Hutin; Ramachandran Ramakrishnan; Vidya Ramachandran; Asit K. Biswas; Prasun K. Das; Surender N. Gupta; Dipankar Maji; Harish Chandra Singh Martolia; Armugam Mohan; Mohan D. Gupte
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