Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Table of Contents: Volume 79 (7) 2001

In this month's Bulletin

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    Azithromycin beats tetracycline for mass trachoma treatment; Spreading the risks; From fee to free; Censuses as sound sources of maternal mortality data; Blood or saliva for antibody screening?

Editorial

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    Rish pooling – necessary but not sufficient?—Philip Davies & Guy Carrin

Research

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    Oral fluid versus serum for evaluation of population immunity—D. James Nokes et al.
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    Modelling HIV/AIDS epidemics in sub-Saharan Africa—Joshua A. Salomon & Christopher Murray
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    Mortality of low-birth-weight infants in Bangladesh—Sohely Yasmin et al.
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    Predicting measles antobody profiles—Min-Shi Lee & D. James Nokes
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    The Vi polysaccharide vaccine against typhoid fever—H.H. Yang et al.
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    Mass treatment of endemic trachoma: oral azithromycin versus topical tetracycline—Nicole Fraser-Hurt et al.
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    Operational issues in preventing mother-to-child tranmission of HIV-1 in Côte d'Ivoire—Philippe Msellati et al.

Policy & Practice

Public Health Classic

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    Commentary: Setting health priorities: the development of cost-effectiveness league tables—Julia Fox-Rushby et al.
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    Economics of coronary artery bypass grafting—Alan Williams

Books & Electronic Media

Letters

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    Resource allocation in decentralized health systems; Diethylene glycol poisoning in Gurgaon, Haryana, India, 1998; Treated nets vs house spraying

News

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    Intermittent drugs seen highly protective against malaria; Durg-resistant HIV increasing, UK study finds; Europe gets tough on smoking

WHO News

News Features

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