Borisov, N. A.
January 2013
FES: Finance, Economy, Strategy;Jan2013, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p40
Academic Journal
This paper examines the state of health and preventive medicine in the Voronezh region and Russia. The author considers innovative approaches to the management of preventive medicine.


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