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Children who are both wasted and stunted (WaSt) are also underweight and have a high risk of death

Author: Mark Myatt, Tanya Khara, Simon Schoenbuchner, Silke Pietzsch, Carmel Dolan, Natasha Lelijveld, André Briend
Year: 2017
Resource type: Research

Poster prepared for the Action Against Hunger 'Research for Nutrition' Conference, 13th November, 2017, Pavillon de l'eau, Paris.

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Mark Myatt, Tanya Khara, Simon Schoenbuchner, Silke Pietzsch, Carmel Dolan, Natasha Lelijveld, André Briend (2017). Children who are both wasted and stunted (WaSt) are also underweight and have a high risk of death. www.ennonline.net/resources/researchfornutrition/wast

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