Contemporary Obstetrics and Gynaecology for Developing Countries
Friday Okonofua, Kunle Odunsi
Women's Health and Action Research Centre, 2003 - Medical - 683 pages
The authors further advocate that for publishing development to be sustained, more sophisticated government policies and resources are required. They conclude that a triangular relationship, taking in government, development agencies and the private sector can provide the basis for a healthy book trade in Africa.
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The Role of Ultrasound in Tropical Obstetrics and Gynaecology
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