Su impacto en la población mundial | 06 MAY 13

Globalización, cambio climático y salud

Un análisis de cómo los cambios sociales, económicos y ambientales consecuencia de los procesos de globalización influyen sobre la salud.
Autor/a: Dr. Anthony J. McMichael N Engl J Med 2013;368:1335-43.
INDICE:  1. Artículo | 2. Referenecias

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