Development of vaccines and drugs against diarrhea 11th Nobel Conference, Stockholm, 1985 by Nobel Conference (11th 1985 Stockholm, Sweden)

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  • Diarrhea -- drug therapy.,
  • Antidiarrheals.,
  • Vaccines.

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Statementeditors, Jan Holmgren, Alf Lindberg, Roland Möllby.
ContributionsHolmgren, Jan., Lindberg, Alf., Möllby, Roland.
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Pagination311 p. :
Number of Pages311
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Open LibraryOL21699607M
ISBN 100862381029, 9144244312

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Better education—on hygiene, sanitation, breastfeeding, and nutrition. Vaccines and medicines—like ORS and zinc—and research on new drugs. Even more than that, though, he knows it will take all of us working together.

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