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Professor C. g. Nicholas Mascie-taylor

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    1. Mamun S, Mascie-Taylor CGN. Double Burden of Malnutrition (DBM) and Anaemia under the Same Roof: A Bangladesh Perspective. Med Sci (Basel). 2019 Jan 28; 7(2). PMID: 30696099.
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    2. Rohner F, Raso G, Aké-Tano SO, Tschannen AB, Mascie-Taylor CG, Northrop-Clewes CA. The Effects of an Oil and Wheat Flour Fortification Program on Pre-School Children and Women of Reproductive Age Living in Côte d'Ivoire, a Malaria-Endemic Area. Nutrients. 2016 Mar 07; 8(3):148. PMID: 26959060.
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    3. Mascie-Taylor CG, Marks MK, Goto R, Islam R. Impact of a cash-for-work programme on food consumption and nutrition among women and children facing food insecurity in rural Bangladesh. Bull World Health Organ. 2010 Nov 01; 88(11):854-60. PMID: 21076567.
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    4. Mascie-Taylor CG, Goto R. Human variation and body mass index: a review of the universality of BMI cut-offs, gender and urban-rural differences, and secular changes. J Physiol Anthropol. 2007 Mar; 26(2):109-12. PMID: 17435352.
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    5. Mascie-Taylor CG, Karim E. The burden of chronic disease. Science. 2003 Dec 12; 302(5652):1921-2. PMID: 14671291.
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    6. Mascie-Taylor CG, Karim R, Karim E, Akhtar S, Ahmed T, Montanari RM. The cost-effectiveness of health education in improving knowledge and awareness about intestinal parasites in rural Bangladesh. Econ Hum Biol. 2003 Dec; 1(3):321-30. PMID: 15463982.
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