Geographical distribution of leukaemia in N.W. England
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Geographical distribution of leukaemia in N.W. England report of The Royal Lancaster Infirmary/Lancaster University, Geography Department,research project by J. Burch

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Published by Department of Geography, University of Lancaster in Lancaster .
Written in English

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Cover title: Geographical distribution of leukaemias in NW England.

StatementJ. Burch, D. W. Gorst, J. Whitelegg.
ContributionsGorst, D. W., Whitelegg, J., Royal Lancaster Infirmary., University of Lancaster. Department of Geography.
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Pagination149 leaves :
Number of Pages149
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Open LibraryOL22827636M

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