The relationship between non-communicable disease occurrence and poverty—evidence from demographic surveillance in Matlab, Bangladesh

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Mirelman, Andrew ; Rose, Sherri ; Khan, Jahangir ; Ahmed, Sayem ; Peters, David ; Niessen, Louis ; Trujillo, Antonio (2016)
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