[Anaemia in a school of rural Cambodia: detection, prevalence, and links with intestinal worms and malnutrition].

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According to WHO, half of the world's children suffers from anaemia, which is a silent and neglected endemic resulting from three major causes: iron deficiency intestinal worms and malaria. A two month transversal study was conducted in a rural primary school in Battambang Province, Cambodia, in a malaria-free area. The main objective of the study was to… (More)

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@article{Khieu2006AnaemiaIA, title={[Anaemia in a school of rural Cambodia: detection, prevalence, and links with intestinal worms and malnutrition].}, author={Virak Khieu and Peter Odermatt and Ye.. P. Mel and V Keluangkhot and Michel Strobel}, journal={Bulletin de la Societe de pathologie exotique}, year={2006}, volume={99 2}, pages={115-8} }