Communicable Diseases Intelligence Volume 35 No 2 - June 2011
Australia's notifiable diseases status, 2009: Annual report of the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System - References
The Australia’s notifiable diseases status, 2009 report provides data and an analysis of communicable disease incidence in Australia during 2009. The full report is available in 16 HTML documents. The full report is also available in PDF format from the Table of contents page.
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