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Large-scale treatment of Taeniasis shows interesting and far-reaching results


Taeniasis is an intestinal infection caused by T. solium tapeworm and occurs when humans eat raw or undercooked, infected pork. A three-year pilot project for the control of taeniasis in Madagascar has shown very interesting and far-reaching results. Eligible adults and children aged five and over in 52 villages in the District of Antanifotsy were…...

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