Research on food-related chronic diseases in Latin America and the Caribbean: Are we building the evidence for gender-equitable approaches?
Investigación sobre enfermedades crónicas relacionadas con la alimentación en América Latina y el Caribe: ¿Estamos estableciendo la evidencia necesaria para los enfoques equitativos de género?
Pesquisa de doenças crônicas relacionadas a alimentação na América Latina e no Caribe: estamos criando uma base de evidências para enfoques equitativos de gênero?
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