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Project Peanut Butter Pediatrician to Give Fontbonne Commencement Address
After graduating from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis in 1982, Manary devoted his career to children, focusing specifically on the problem of childhood malnutrition. His work led him to Malawi, Africa, where he began exploring Ready to Use Therapeutic Foods in tandem with home-based therapy, a combination, he determined, that resulted in a 95 percent recovery rate in malnourished children.
Through research and collaboration, he developed Project Peanut Butter, a therapeutic program that effectively treats severe malnutrition. Project Peanut Butter distributes a specifically formulated “super food” primarily sourced and manufactured locally in Africa. The World Health Organization declared it the most effective method by which malnourished children should be restored to health. Project Peanut Butter has 21 main clinics, 50 supported sites and 90 affiliated clinics around the world, and to date, has helped save over 100,000 children.
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