Pandemic influenza planning: using the U.S. Centers for Disease Control FluAid Software for small area estimation in the Canadian context.

@article{Schopflocher2004PandemicIP,
  title={Pandemic influenza planning: using the U.S. Centers for Disease Control FluAid Software for small area estimation in the Canadian context.},
  author={Donald Peter Schopflocher and Margaret L. Russell and Lawrence W. Svenson and Thu-Ha Nguyen and Irene Mazurenko},
  journal={Annals of epidemiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={
          73-6
        }
}

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