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Cervical Cancer in Developing Countries : A study of the etiologic role of human papilloma viruses, and the potential of PCR testing and Hydrolysed DNA Assay to improve the cost-effectiveness of screening programmes

From 1994-05-01 to 1997-04-30

Project details

Total cost:

Not available

EU contribution:

Not available

Coordinated in:

United Kingdom

Topic(s):

Funding scheme:

CSC - Cost-sharing contracts

Coordinator

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
United Kingdom
Pembroke Place
L3 5QA Liverpool
United Kingdom
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Administrative contact: N/A

Participants

INSTITUTO CENTROAMERICANO DE LA SALUD - NICARAGUA
Nicaragua
De la Marsellaise, 1 cuadra al lago, 1 cuadra arri
MANAGUA
Nicaragua
Administrative contact: N/A
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