Letter to the Editor

Pregnancy in Wartime: An Opportunity for Making Peace through Health

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IssueVol 52 No 11 (2023) QRcode
SectionLetter to the Editor
DOI https://doi.org/10.18502/ijph.v52i11.14048

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Zahedroozegar MH, Shaygani F, Ahmadi Marzaleh M. Pregnancy in Wartime: An Opportunity for Making Peace through Health. Iran J Public Health. 2023;52(11):2476-2477.