Soil-Transmitted Helminth Infection and Its Association with Anemia and Zinc Deficiency among Women in Nghe An Province, Vietnam

  • Kieu-Anh THI TRAN Paediatric Department, Vinh Medical University, Vinh, Vietnam
  • Ba-Loi CAO Scientific and Training Management Department, National Institute of Malariolo-gy, Parasitology and Entomology (NIMPE), Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Anh-Tram QUE Department of Tropical disease, Vinh Hospital of Friendship General, Vinh, Vietnam
  • Tran-Anh LE Department of Parasitology, Vietnam Military Medical University, Hanoi, Vietnam
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Abstract

Soil-Transmitted Helminth Infection and Its Association with Anemia and Zinc Deficiency among Women in Nghe An Province, Vietnam

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Published
2019-03-11
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THI TRAN K-A, CAO B-L, QUE A-T, LE T-A. Soil-Transmitted Helminth Infection and Its Association with Anemia and Zinc Deficiency among Women in Nghe An Province, Vietnam. Iran J Parasitol. 14(1):180-182.
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