Global patterns of mortality in young people: a systematic analysis of population health data

@article{Patton2009GlobalPO,
  title={Global patterns of mortality in young people: a systematic analysis of population health data},
  author={George C. Patton and Carolyn Coffey and Susan M. Sawyer and Russell M. Viner and Dagmar M. Haller and Krishna Bose and Theo Vos and Jane Ferguson and Colin D. Mathers},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2009},
  volume={374},
  pages={881-892}
}

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