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Universal salt iodization is successful in Kashmiri population as iodine deficiency no longer exists in pregnant mothers and their neonates: Data from a tertiary care hospital in North India

Charoo Bashir Ahmed, Sofi Riyaz Ahmed, Nisar Sobia, Shah Parvaiz A, Taing Shenaz, Jeelani Henaan, Ahmed Fayaz, Parveen Shameem, Shah Zaffar Amin, Mudasir Syed, Malik Masood, Ganie Mohd Ashraf

Year : 2013| Volume: 17| Issue : 2 | Page no: 310-317

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