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Invited commentary in response to: Vitamin D3 supplementation for 8 weeks leads to improved haematological status following the consumption of an iron-fortified breakfast cereal: a double-blind randomised controlled trial in iron-deficient women

  • Ruth Blanco-Rojo (a1)

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Invited commentary in response to: Vitamin D3 supplementation for 8 weeks leads to improved haematological status following the consumption of an iron-fortified breakfast cereal: a double-blind randomised controlled trial in iron-deficient women

  • Ruth Blanco-Rojo (a1)

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