Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Table of Contents: Volume 80 (8) 2002

In this month's Bulletin

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    Micro-level health insurance; Cross-national comparability of data; Linking health sector reform to reproductive health; Community-level malaria control

Editorials

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    Epidemiological evidence: improving validity through consistency analysis—Colin Mathers et al.
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    Preventing impoverishment through protection against catastrophic health expenditure—Kei Kawabata et al.

Research

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    Reduction of health care expenditures by community-based health insurance—Michael Kent Ranson
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    Use of models to estimate disease epidemiology—Michelle E. Kruijshaar et al.
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    Female circumcision and perinatal death—Birgitta Essén et al.
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    Urinary iodine and adequate iodine intake—François Delange et al.
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    Evaluation of the NCDDPin the Philippines, 1980-93—Jane C. Baltazar et al.
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    European Disability Weights Project—Marie-Louise Essink-Bot et al.
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    Cost of malaria control in Henan Province, China—Sukhan Jackson et al.
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    Control of malaria in Viet Nam—Le Q. Hung et al.

Policy & Practice

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    Reproductive health and health sector reform—Marianne Lubben et al.
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    Improving equity in the provision of primary health care in Namibia—Ruth Bell et al.

Books & Electronic Media

Letters

News

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    Mumbai slums dwellers' sewarge project goes nationwide; New malaria drug candidate could cure in a single dose; AIDS could dominate Russian budget by 2020; HIV/AIDS deepens food crisis in southern Africa

WHO News

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    Childhood blindness prevention project launched; Europe to be certified free of polio; New treatment for leishmaniasis is 95% effective; new cancer report reveals neglected opportunities; WHO to promote genetic services
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