Scientific Banana Republics: Do They Exist?

Faina Linkov, Shalkar Adambekov, Sharon Goughnour, Sharon C. Welburn, Nicolas Padilla-Raygoza, Musa Kana, Eugene Shubnikov, Mustapha M. Mustapha, Aamir Sheikh, Ronald LaPorte

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banana republic; public health; chronic disease; infectious disease

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