Iron-containing micronutrient powder provided to children with moderate-to-severe malnutrition increases hemoglobin concentrations but not the risk of infectious morbidity: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, noninferiority safety trial

Mathieu Lemaire, Qazi Shafayetul Islam, Hua Shen, Marufa Aziz Khan, Monira Parveen, Fahmida Abedin, Farhana Haseen, Ziauddin Hyder, Richard J Cook, Stanley H Zlotkin

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