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IMPLICATIONS OF RESEARCH FINDINGS FOR PROGRAMS TO REDUCE MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES. December 10, 2003. PLEASE TAKE NOTE. The “FINDINGS” cited in the following slides summarize results reported in the literature
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December 10, 2003
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Source: Presentation by Ruth Harvey at IVACG, February 2003. (Complete paper will appear on MOST web site shortly.)
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