Desarrollos Metodológicos en Epidemiología: Referencias

AGRADECIMIENTOS

El doctor Juan Manuel Cordovez agradece a los estudiantes graduados María C. Quintero, Diana C. Erazo Y Perla C. Chaparro por sus comentarios y ayuda con la edición de la parte del manuscrito que le correspondió en este artículo.

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Fecha de recibido: Mayo 12, 2013.
Fecha de aceptado: Julio 4, 2013.
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