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Volume 18, Number 11—November 2012

Research

Infectious Disease Mortality Rates, Thailand, 1958–2009

Suchunya AungkulanonComments to Author , Margaret McCarron, Jongkol Lertiendumrong, Sonja J. Olsen, and Kanitta Bundhamcharoen
Author affiliations: International Health Policy Program (IHPP), Nonthaburi, Thailand (S. Aungkulanon, J. Lertiendumrong, K. Bundhamcharoen); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (M. McCarron, S.J. Olsen); and Thailand Ministry of Public Health–United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Collaboration, Nonthaburi (S.J. Olsen)

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Mortality rates for infectious and noninfectious diseases, Thailand, 1958–2009. A) Infectious disease–related mortality rates, major events, and key public health interventions. B) Comparison of infectious disease–related mortality rates with noninfectious disease–related mortality rates. EPI, Expanded Program on Immunization; BCG, Bacillus Calmette–Guérin vaccine; DTP, diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis vaccine; OPV, oral polio vaccine; ARV, antiretroviral treatment; DOTS, directly observed tre

Figure 3. . . Mortality rates for infectious and noninfectious diseases, Thailand, 1958–2009. A) Infectious disease–related mortality rates, major events, and key public health interventions. B) Comparison of infectious disease–related mortality rates with noninfectious disease–related mortality rates. EPI, Expanded Program on Immunization; BCG, Bacillus Calmette–Guérin vaccine; DTP, diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis vaccine; OPV, oral polio vaccine; ARV, antiretroviral treatment; DOTS, directly observed treatment, short course.

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