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Wasting and Stunting concurrence meta-analysis

Important new study published with open access in Maternal and Child Nutrition 'Children concurrently wasted and stunted: A meta-analysis of prevalence data of children 6–59 months from 84 countries’. Read more here.

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Chloe (2017). Wasting and Stunting concurrence meta-analysis. www.ennonline.net/newsroom/wastconcurrencestudy

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