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Surmortalité liée à la canicule d'août 2003 en France.

  title={Surmortalit{\'e} li{\'e}e {\`a} la canicule d'ao{\^u}t 2003 en France.},
  author={Denis H{\'e}mon and {\'E}ric Jougla and Jacqueline Clavel and François Laurent and St{\'e}phanie Bellec and G{\'e}rard Pavillon},

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