Statements on the First of April 2006

Sartorius, Norman
June 2006
Croatian Medical Journal;2006, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p505
Academic Journal
Criticizes scientific conclusions on strategies for public health action delivered in a meeting held on April 1, 2006. Main reasons for hospital care of older people in the French city of Grenoble; Ways to maintain a population stable in numbers in European countries; Factors that causes huge loss of life.


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