Anemia and hemoglobinopathies in tribal population of Eastern and North-eastern India.

@article{De2006AnemiaAH,
  title={Anemia and hemoglobinopathies in tribal population of Eastern and North-eastern India.},
  author={Madhusnata De and Ajanta Halder and Sandeep Podder and Rinini Sen and Shila Chakrabarty and Bani Sengupta and Tulika Chakraborty and Urmisha Das and Geeta Talukder},
  journal={Hematology},
  year={2006},
  volume={11 5},
  pages={371-3}
}
It is estimated that out of approximately 31.4 million people living in North-eastern India, about 8.1 million are tribal people of the hills and plains. Among four of the seven north-eastern states, tribal people are in majority. Arunachal Pradesh is made of approximately 24 major tribal groups, which constitute about 70% of the total population, Tripura 29% and in Assam constitutes 11%. A total of 1726 cases were randomly selected in this study, out of which 1263 cases were from North-east… CONTINUE READING