Assessing probable causes of death without death registration or certificates: a new science?

@article{Fauveau2006AssessingPC,
  title={Assessing probable causes of death without death registration or certificates: a new science?},
  author={Vincent Fauveau},
  journal={Bulletin of the World Health Organization},
  year={2006},
  volume={84 3},
  pages={
          246-7
        }
}
This section looks back to some ground-breaking contributions to public health, reproducing them in their original form and adding a commentary on their significance from a modern-day perspective. To complement the theme of this month’s issue, Vincent Fauveau reviews methods of establishing the cause of death in countries with incomplete vital statistics, with special reference to the 1986 presentation by Michel Garenne & Olivier Fontaine, of which extracts of the English account are reproduced… CONTINUE READING

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