Iranian Journal of Public Health 2018. 47(2):297-298.

Influenza Vaccination in Identified People Living with HIV/AIDS and Health Care Providers of Triangular Clinics in Iran, 2015-2016
Mohammad Mehdi GOUYA, Katayoun TAYERI, Hossein AKBARI, Farshid REZAEI, Peyman HEMMATI, Mahmood SOROUSH

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Influenza Vaccination in Identified People Living with HIV/AIDS and Health Care Providers of Triangular Clinics in Iran, 2015-2016

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