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close this bookThe Medical Profession and the Effects of Weapons - Report of the Symposium (International Committee of the Red Cross , 1996, 62 p.)
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View the document1. Preface
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View the document3. Weapons: A Question of Health?
Open this folder and view contents4. The Symposium
View the document5. Correspondence and related publications since the Symposium
View the document6. List of Participants

6. List of Participants

Arkin William

USA

Beale Peter

United Kingdom

Burkhardt Sandra

Switzerland

Champion Howard

USA

Coenen Robert

Switzerland

Cutting Pauline

Netherlands

Davey Brian

Netherlands

De Haller Rodolphe

Switzerland

Field Ian

France

Gillow Timothy

United Kingdom

Granat Mark

Israel

Graz Liesl

Switzerland

Hampson Franse

United Kingdom

Hobbs Christopher

United Kingdom

Holdstock Douglas

United Kingdom

James W.V

North. Ireland

Johnson Lennart

Sweden

Heating Michael

United Kingdom

Kneubuehl Beat

Switzerland

Knudsen Peter

Denmark

Lush Cosmo

United Kingdom

McAfee Robert

USA

Milton Anders

Sweden

Nathanson Vivienne

United Kingdom

Neufeld Victor

Canada

Palmer Natasha

United Kingdom

Parlow Anita

USA

Ram Eric

Switzerland

Ramsey Sarah

United Kingdom

Rich Norman

USA

Rybeck Bo

Sweden

Scharf Georg

South Africa

Sinervo Kristi

Sweden

Suneson Anders

Sweden

Coninx Rudi

ICRC

Coupland Robin

ICRC

Doswald-Beck Louise

ICRC

Herby Peter

ICRC

Loye Dominique

ICRC

Molde Asa

ICRC

Perrin Pierre

ICRC

Reyes Hernan

ICRC

Russbach R

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