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Death by Toxic Air

Associate Professor Dr. Jessie Anne De Bruyne, Universiti Malaya Medical Centre

04-Nov-16 16:00

Death by Toxic Air

Three hundred million of the world’s children live in areas with extreme air pollution, according to new research by Unicef. Children are uniquely vulnerable because their lungs and brains are still developing. Consultant Paediatrician and Paediatric Respiratory Physician, Assoc Prof Dr Jessie Anne De Bruyne breaks down the report.


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