Diarrheal diseases remain important causes of death and morbidity in
developing countries, with an estimated 1.5 billion episodes and 1.5 million
to 2.5 million deaths each year among children younger than 5 years.1- 4 Although
the number of children currently dying from diarrhea continues to be unacceptably
high, it is substantially lower than the 5 million deaths per year estimated
20 years ago.5
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