A Petros-Barvazian

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By the year 2000, 230 million more women of reproductive age and over 300 million more children over 15, will be living in developing countries. This will present a great challenge to the health systems of the world. The member states of the World Health Organization have unanimously agreed to work together to attain the noble goal of health for all by the(More)
WHO, concerned with the declining breast feeding rate in developing countries, has organized investigations in nine different countries of different aspects of breast feeding and breast milk with the ultimate aim of formulating programmes of intervention. The basic epidemiological study on 24000 mother/child pairs is just completed and some preliminary data(More)
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