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Volume 14, Number 4—April 2008

Letter

Hepatitis E, Central African Republic

Josep M. Escribà*1Comments to Author , Emmanuel Nakoune†, Carlos Recio*, Péguy-Martial Massamba*, Marcelle Diane Matsika-Claquin†, Charles Goumba‡, Angela M.C. Rose§, Elisabeth Nicand¶, Elsa García*, Cornelia Leklegban*, and Boniface Koffi‡
Author affiliations: *Médecins sans Frontières, Barcelona, Spain; †Institute Pasteur of Bangui, Bangui, Central African Republic; ‡Ministry of Health, Bangui, Central African Republic; §University of the West Indies, Bridgetown, Barbados; ¶National Reference Centre for Enterically Transmitted Hepatitis, Val de Grâce, Paris, France;

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Suspected cases of hepatitis E virus in Begoua, Central African Republic, by neighborhood, weeks 20–43, 2002. MSF, Médecins san Frontières.

Figure. Suspected cases of hepatitis E virus in Begoua, Central African Republic, by neighborhood, weeks 20–43, 2002. MSF, Médecins san Frontières.

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1Current affiliation: Catalan Institute of Health, Barcelona, Spain.

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