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Challenging the assertion of comparability of surveillance and administrative data

  • Tara Leigh Donovan (a1), Leslie Forrester (a2), Jun Chen Collet (a1), Louis Wong (a3), Julie Mori (a4), Elisa Lloyd-Smith (a2), Blair Ranns (a5) and Guanghong Han (a1)...
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Author for correspondence: Tara Leigh Donovan, Suite 504, 1001 W Broadway, Vancouver, British Columbia Canada V6H 4B1. E-mail: tara.donovan@phsa.ca

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