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Examples of different RUTF formulations developed by Prof Jeya Henry, Oxford Brookes University 2005

In Field Exchange 35, the pictures accompanying a news piece on a meeting on moderate malnutrition (p23) was credited incorrectly. The examples of different formulations of ready to use therapeutic foods should be attributed to Professor Jeya Henry, Oxford Brookes University, UK, as stated to the right. The caption and credit has been corrected in the online issue.

 

 

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