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Interventions to reduce aflatoxin exposure to improve infant and child growth in low and middle-income countries

Abstract

This is a cochrane registered systematic review that will investigate the impact of interventions to reduce aflatoxin exposure to improve infant and child growth in low and middle-income countries.

Description

The objective of this review is to investigate the effects of agricultural or dietary interventions to reduce aflotoxin exposure for pregnant women, infants and children in low and middle income countries. 

Funding Body

Research, Evidence and Development Initiative (READ-It)

Lead Organisation

University of Stellenbosch

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