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Tokoin is a neighborhood of Lomé, Togo. [1] It contains the Tokoin Teaching Hospital, [2] and Lomé–Tokoin Airport.

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  1. Petit Futé Togo (in French). Petit Futé. 19 November 2014. p. 89. ISBN   978-2-7469-7859-1.
  2. Atakouma, DY; Agbèrè, AR; Tsolenyanu, E; Kusiaku, K; Bassuka-Parent, A; Tatagan-Agbi, K; Prince-David, M; Assimadi, K (2015-04-20). "Pediatric AIDS at the University Hospital Center-Tokoin (Lomé): the role of protein-calorie malnutrition and a formulation trial of a clinical dia...". Sante. 7: 397–404. PMID   9503498.

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