Control of Human Parasitic Diseases

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Academic Press, Jun 15, 2006 - Medical - 690 pages
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Control of parasitic infections of humans has progressed rapidly over the last three decades. Such advances have resulted from focal disease control efforts based on historically effective interventions to new approaches to control following intensive research and pilot programs. Control of Human Parasitic Diseases focuses on the present state of control of the significant human parasitic infectious diseases.
  • Includes the impact of recent research findings on control strategy
  • Discusses the health policy implications of these findings and the importance of evaluation and monitoring
  • Highlights the lessons learned and the interactions between control programs and health systems
  • Foreword by Jeffrey D. Sachs

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