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Kwashiorkor enigma paper Andrew Briend

The CMAM Forum releases a paper by André Briend, 'Kwashiorkor: still an enigma – the search must go on' that reviews different explanations proposed as a cause of kwashiorkor and highlights areas that deserve attention. 

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