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Bystanders: Plasco Building Collapse in Iran, 2017

  • Mohammad Heidari (a1) (a2), Rahim Ali Sheikhi (a3) and Hamid Jafari (a2)
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Correspondence and reprint requests to Rahim Ali Sheikhi, School of Health Management and Information Sciences, Iran University of Medical Sciences, No 6, Rashid Yasemi Street, Vali-e-asr Avenue, Tehran, Iran. P.code: 1995614111 (e-mail: rahim.shaykhi94@gmail.com).

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Bystanders: Plasco Building Collapse in Iran, 2017

  • Mohammad Heidari (a1) (a2), Rahim Ali Sheikhi (a3) and Hamid Jafari (a2)

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