Famine in Context: Possible long-term effects of exposure to starvation and malnutrition in early life and subsequent implications for the current crisis in South Sudan

@inproceedings{Stoken2014FamineIC,
  title={Famine in Context: Possible long-term effects of exposure to starvation and malnutrition in early life and subsequent implications for the current crisis in South Sudan},
  author={Jenna Mae Stoken},
  year={2014}
}

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