Health Information for International Travel 2005-2006: CDC Yellow Book
Phyllis E. Kozarsky, Paul M. Arguin, Ava W. Navin
Elsevier Mosby, 2005 - Medical - 534 pages
Here's the cutting-edge New Edition of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's famed "Yellow Book"-the most authoritative guide of its kind! This resource offers vital pre-travel healthcare recommendations and essential information on health risks abroad. It's written by experts at the CDC in Atlanta, and is the only publication that bears stamps of approval from the CDC and the US Department of Health and Human Services. Required reading for physicians, health-care professionals, and frequent travelers alike!
Health Information for International Travel 2005-2006 is an official publication of the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the US Department of Health and Human Services. With cutting-edge information on every page, it's a must for physicians, health-care professionals, and frequent travelers alike!
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