Relationship of anaemia and morbidities among children aged 5-14 years in a resettlement area, Delhi


  • Pankaj Motilal Kasdekar
  • Josyula Prasuna
  • Anika Sulania
  • Sanjeev Kumar Rasania
  • Nidhi Dwivedi


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Kasdekar PM, Prasuna J, Sulania A, Rasania SK, Dwivedi N. Relationship of anaemia and morbidities among children aged 5-14 years in a resettlement area, Delhi. Indian J Community Health [Internet]. 2015 Jun. 30 [cited 2024 May 29];27(2):270-5. Available from:



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