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Oberg C, Hodges HR, Masten A. Cascading consequences of armed conflict and famine on child health: a time for peace. BMJ Paediatr Open 2022;6:e001608. doi:10.1136/ bmjpo-2022-001608
This article has been corrected since it was published online. The first sentence of the article has been changed from ‘Although armed conflicts originate in the adult world, their effects often are most harmful to the lives of children, constituting up to 90% of fatalities in 21st century wars.’ to ‘Although armed conflicts originate in the adult world, their effects often are most harmful to the lives of children in 21st century wars.’