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Disasters: Preparedness and Mitigation in the Americas-April 2004, No. 95

World Report on Violence and Health

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Child Abuse in Latin America and the Caribbean

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Risk Factors for Gang Involvement

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Risk Factors for Gang Involvement

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Guidelines for the Epidemiological Surveillance on Violence and Injuries

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Statistics on Homicides, Suicides, Accidents, Injuries. and Attitudes towards Violence

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