Monkeypox, 37 countries, and 2525 total confirmed cases, a new challenge for the world

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Esmaeil Fattahi
Hadis Barati

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Fattahi, E., & Barati, H. (2022). Monkeypox, 37 countries, and 2525 total confirmed cases, a new challenge for the world. ABCS Health Sciences, 47, e022102. https://doi.org/10.7322/abcshs.2022089.2174
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