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    Published 1926
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    by Sahlins, Marshall David, 1930-
    Published 1958
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    by Musso, D.
    Published 2018
    Subjects: “…Article(s) from the Special Issue on Infections in Polynesia…”
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    by Richard, V., Cao-Lormeau, V.-M.
    Published 2019
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    by de Vathaire, F., Le Vu, B.
    Published 1996
    “…A mortality study of French Polynesia in the period 1984-92, although limited by the small population living close to the test sites and the high proportion of deaths attributed to ill-defined causes, found no excess of cancer that could confidently be attributed to the 41 atmospheric test explosions in 1966-74. …”
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    “…BACKGROUND: Between 1966 and 1974, France conducted 41 atmospheric nuclear tests in Polynesia, but their potential health effects have not previously been investigated. …”
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    “…Although sponge-photosymbiont interactions have been well described from geographically disparate sites worldwide, our understanding of these interactions from shallow water systems within French Polynesia is limited. We surveyed diverse habitats around the north coast of Moorea, French Polynesia and screened sponges for the presence of photosymbionts. …”
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    “…BACKGROUND: Leptospirosis is a highly endemic bacterial zoonosis in French Polynesia (FP). Nevertheless, data on the epidemiology of leptospirosis in FP are scarce. …”
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    by Aubry, M., Cao-Lormeau, V.-M.
    Published 2019
    Subjects: “…Article(s) from the Special Issue on Infections in Polynesia…”
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