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Doctor’s Orders: Promoting Healthy Child Development by Increasing Food Security in Arkansas
by Lindsay Giesen, Policy Intern; Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, MPH, Research and Policy Director; Allison Bovell, M.Div, Boston Site Coordinator; Patrick H. Casey, MD, Principal Investigator; Eduardo R. Ochoa, Jr, MD, Principal Investigator; Kathy Barrett, MSE, Little Rock Site Coordinator; and Sharon Coleman, MS, MPH, Statistical Analyst
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