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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1979; Volume 57, Number 4, Year 1979 57 (4), Pages 631-635: Immunoglobulin M and G Responses Measured by Immunofluorescence in Patients with Lassa or Marburg Virus Infections

By Herta Wulff

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Title: Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1979; Volume 57, Number 4, Year 1979 57 (4), Pages 631-635: Immunoglobulin M and G Responses Measured by Immunofluorescence in Patients with Lassa or Marburg Virus Infections  
Author: Herta Wulff
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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Publisher: World Health Organization

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Wulff, H. (n.d.). Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1979; Volume 57, Number 4, Year 1979 57 (4), Pages 631-635. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Medical Reference Publication

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During the past decade alcohol consumption has remained relatively stable in some countries (such as Finland) while in others (France, for example) it has declined. Despite this variation in recent national trends, however, alcohol misuse presents huge health, social and legal problems throughout most of Europe and in many Third World countries in which, until recently, alcohol use was not common. Alcohol is by far the most widely usedpsychoactive (mind-altering) drug in the world. At a time when international concern about illegal drug use is - rightly -at a high level, it is important to reassert the fact that the adverse consequences of alcohol misuse are far more widespread than those associated with the opiates and other illegal substances. This point was emphasized in the title of a report published in I986 by the British Royal College of Psychiatrists and called Alcohol: our favourite drug.

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CONTENTS Page Introduction ............................................... vii The epidemiology of alcohol use and misuse -- Martin Plant ..... 1 The role of epidemiology .................................. 5 Types of information ..................................... 13 Consumption and harm ................................... 17 Drinking during pregnancy ................................ 23 Alcohol education: a promise unfulfilled ...................... 24 Conclusions ............................................ 25 References ............................................. 26 Finland -- Esa Osterberg .................................... 32 The consumption of alcoholic beverages ...................... 32 Changes in drinking habits ................................. 35

 

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