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Health Experts Attend Global Conference on Infant Mortalityi
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April 18, 2013 1:56 PM
Three million newborns die each year, most of them in the developing world. Experts say most of these deaths are easily preventable, and have met at a conference in South Africa to develop a global plan to reverse this trend. More from VOA's Anita Powell in Johannesburg.

Health Experts Attend Global Conference on Infant Mortality

Published April 18, 2013

Three million newborns die each year, most of them in the developing world. Experts say most of these deaths are easily preventable, and have met at a conference in South Africa to develop a global plan to reverse this trend. More from VOA's Anita Powell in Johannesburg.


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