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Patterns of violence in Karachi, Pakistan
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    Violence in Pakistan and the empirical nature of the exploration
    Dear Editor

    I welcome the paper by Chotani et al on violence in Pakistan and the empirical nature of the exploration.[1] It is also encouraging to see Injury Prevention raise the issue of violence in developing countries, as it is a neglected health problem. However, from the Pakistani context, there are several contextual and explanatory points that are needed to clarify some of the issues raised in the paper...

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