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Medley, Graham; Hollingsworth, T. Déirdre (2015)
Publisher: The Lancet Publishing Group
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: QL
Soil transmitted helminths (STH) and schistosomiasis (SCH) have been recognised as important diseases for decades. Diagnostics, treatments and understanding were accrued throughout the 20th century, and reached the point where control and elimination appeared to be primarily a matter of implementation of mass drug administration (MDA) programmes [1]. However, in 2015, both STH and SCH remain global health problems, so perhaps we do not have the right tools, or we are not applying them effectively. To our knowledge, MDA for STH and SCH has never been demonstrated to eliminate infection without concomitant economic development. What are we missing?

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