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Impact of micronutrient powder on anemia in children aged 10-35 months in Apurimac, Peru.

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Summary of "Impact of micronutrient powder on anemia in children aged 10-35 months in Apurimac, Peru."

Objective. To assess the impact of micronutrient powder supplementation (MNP) in reducing anemia in children aged 10 to 35 months in Apurimac, Peru.

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Name: Revista peruana de medicina experimental y salud publica
ISSN: 1726-4642
Pages: 17-25

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