NUTRITION IN BRITISH COLONIAL TERRITORIES

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    NUTRITION in British Colonial territories was discussed at a conference arranged by the Nutrition Society and held at the London School of Bygiene and Tropical Medicine on March 2. The chairman, Colonel Walter Elliot, in opening the Conference, commented on the magnitude of the problem and the diversity of conditions in the various territories.

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    NUTRITION IN BRITISH COLONIAL TERRITORIES. Nature 157, 557–558 (1946). https://doi.org/10.1038/157557a0

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