Un grave problema mundial | 27 MAY 13

Lesiones, la situación en el mundo

El número de muertes causadas por lesiones en todo el mundo sobrepasa el de muertes causadas por VIH-SIDA, paludismo y tuberculosis juntos y es mayor en los países de bajos y medianos recursos que en los de altos ingresos.
Autor/a: Dr. Norton R, Kobusingye O. N Engl J Med 2013;368:1723-30.
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