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Aetiology of Wasting

Author: ENN
Year: 2018
Resource type: Report

This briefing note has been prepared by ENN to provide a summary of the current state of thinking on wasting prevention. It describes current knowledge/thinking on the aetiology (causality) and physiology of wasting.

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ENN (2018). Aetiology of Wasting. www.ennonline.net/resources/aetiologyofwasting