India, Others Vow To End Preventable Maternal And Child Deaths
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
India and 23 other developing nations have committed to “ending preventable maternal, newborn and child development” by 2030 in a “Delhi Declaration” adopted after a two-day meeting in the Indian city.
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