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Discrimination kills 230,000 girls under five in India each year, study shows

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– Neglect to blame for skewed mortality rates, says Lancet report that urges looking beyond pre-natal sex selection at deaths from inequality of education and health Neglect to blame for skewed mortality rates, says Lancet report that urges looking beyond pre-natal sex selection at deaths from inequality of education and health Supported by About this content Karen McVeigh @karenmcveigh1 Tue 15 05.02 EDT Last ..Read more»

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