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Impact of fortification of flours with iron to reduce the prevalence of anemia and iron deficiency among schoolchildren in Caracas, Venezuela: A follow-up

Author: Miguel Layrisse, María Nieves García-Casal, Hernán Méndez-Castellano, Maritza Jiménez,
Year: 2002
Resource type: Research

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Miguel Layrisse, María Nieves García-Casal, Hernán Méndez-Castellano, Maritza Jiménez, (2002). Impact of fortification of flours with iron to reduce the prevalence of anemia and iron deficiency among schoolchildren in Caracas, Venezuela: A follow-up. www.ennonline.net/ironfortificationimpact

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