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Anemia: Sources and notes

> World Health Organization. Health Topics - Anemia, WHO.

F. Lefrère, Anemia. Hematology & Transfusion, Ed De Boeck. 2011.

> R. Georgin-Mège, Fatigue and Cancer, Regional Cancer Care, 2005.

> Gorgol Wilaya, Anemia in Women of Childbearing Age, WHO SUPPORT, 2001.

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