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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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Infectious disease–related mortality rates for select diseases, Thailand, 1958–2009. A) Malaria; B) tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS; C) pneumonia; D) gastrointestinal infection; E) sexually transmitted infections; F) diphtheria and polio.

Figure 4. . . Infectious disease–related mortality rates for select diseases, Thailand, 1958–2009. A) Malaria; B) tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS; C) pneumonia; D) gastrointestinal infection; E) sexually transmitted infections; F) diphtheria and polio.

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