Patient Populations at Risk of Anaemia
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  August 8, 2018  
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#ALT# Patient Populations at Risk of Anaemia

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), toddlers and children at pre-school age have the highest prevalence of anaemia, constituting 47.4% of their population group. This prevalence is largely because of poor nutritional choices.

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