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Child Health and Human Rights Contents     INTRODUCTION Elena O. Nightingale and Robert S. Lawrence   1     CHILD HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS: MAKING THE “IMPOSSIBLE” POSSIBLE James P. Grant   9     APPENDIXES       A  James P. Grant Biographical Information   23     B  Lecture Participants   25     C  International Covenant on the Rights of the Child   28     D  Reports of Interest   53

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