A Technical Supplement: Reducing Stunting Among Children

The Potential Contribution of Improved Diagnostics

by Federico Girosi, Karen A. Ricci, Yee-Wei Lim

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This working paper provides technical material to support Ricci KA, Girosi F, Tarr PI et al. Reducing stunting among children: the potential contribution of diagnostics. Nature S1; 29-38 (2006).

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