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John Lamb: The Global Challenge of Food Safety
Brian Bedard, DVM: Emerging Global Cooperation around Food Safety
Robert S. Brackett, PhD: Mycotoxins 101
Suzanne Heinen: Mycotoxins as a Challenge to Developing Country Commerce and Trade
Robert Bertram, PhD: Mycotoxins as a Challenge to Agriculture and Food Security in Developing Countries
Paul Turner, PhD: Voices from the Field (Guinea): Low Cost Approaches to Reducing the Disease Burden from Contaminated Groundnuts
Kola Masha: Aflasafe Commercialization Strategy: Improving the Health and Securing the Income of Nigeria’s Small Holder Farmers
Claire Narrod, PhD: Voices from the Field (Kenya and Mali): Findings from the AFLAControl Program
Barbara Stinson: Genesis of PACA and Progress to Date
Tulika Narayan, PhD and Angela Stene: From Analysis to Action: A Conceptual Framework for Country and Economic Assessment for Aflatoxins
Peter J. Cotty, PhD: Preventing Mycotoxins in the Field
Kitty Cardwell: Innovative Approaches to Dealing with the Incentive Problem
Meera Shekar: Should mycotoxins be mainstreamed in the Scaling Up Nutrition Initiative?
David Cream: Should private industry show the way for better mycotoxin control?
Conceptual Framework for Country and Economic Assessment by Abt Associates: Volume I
Conceptual Framework for Country and Economic Assessment by Abt Associates: Volume II
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