Research priorities for the environment, agriculture and infectious diseases of poverty

Abstract

This report provides an evaluation of challenges presented by interactions between environment, agriculture and infectious diseases of public health importance. It explores the benefits and limitations of a more systems-based approach to conceptualizing and investigating this problem.

Citation

Anon. Research priorities for the environment, agriculture and infectious diseases of poverty. World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland (2013) 144 pp. [Technical Report of the TDR Thematic Reference Group on Environment,Agriculture and Infectious Diseases of Poverty]

Research priorities for the environment, agriculture and infectious diseases of poverty

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