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  1. Data regarding tuberculosis (TB) treatment outcomes, proportion of TB/HIV co-infection and associated factors have been released at different TB treatment facilities in Ethiopia and elsewhere in the world as p...

    Authors: Seble Worku, Awoke Derbie, Daniel Mekonnen and Fantahun Biadglegne

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:16

    Content type: Research Article

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  2. Endemicity of lymphatic filariasis (LF) in Cambodia was proven in 1956 when microfilariae were detected in mosquitos in the Kratié province. In 2001, an extensive study confirmed the presence of both Brugia malay...

    Authors: Virak Khieu, Vandine Or, Chhakda Tep, Peter Odermatt, Reiko Tsuyuoka, Meng Chuor Char, Molly A. Brady, Joshua Sidwell, Aya Yajima, Rekol Huy, Kapa D. Ramaiah and Sinuon Muth

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:15

    Content type: Research Article

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  3. Cholera is endemic in Guinea, having suffered consecutive outbreaks from 2004 to 2008 followed by a lull until the 2012 epidemic. Here we describe the temporal-spatial and behavioural characteristics of choler...

    Authors: Alexandre Blake, Veronique Sarr Keita, Delphine Sauvageot, Mamadou Saliou, Berthe Marie Njanpop, Fode Sory, Bertrand Sudre, Koivogui Lamine, Martin Mengel, Bradford D. Gessner and Keita Sakoba

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:13

    Content type: Research Article

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  4. The present health economic evaluation in Afghanistan aims to support public health decision makers and health care managers to allocate resources efficiently to appropriate treatments for cutaneous leishmania...

    Authors: Hans-Christian Stahl, Faridullah Ahmadi, Sami Mohammad Nahzat, Heng-Jin Dong, Kurt-Wilhelm Stahl and Rainer Sauerborn

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:12

    Content type: Research Article

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  5. Approximately 10 million people in Pakistan are infected with the hepatitis C virus (HCV). Most patients develop chronic hepatitis, with rare cases of spontaneous clearance. However, little is known about mult...

    Authors: Asad Zia, Muhammad Ali, Hafsa Aziz, Muhammad Zia, Zabta Khan Shinwari and Abida Raza

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:11

    Content type: Case study

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  6. Plasmodium vivax is the most geographically widespread species among human malaria parasites. Immunopathological studies have shown that platelets are an important component of the host innate immune response aga...

    Authors: Cho Naing and Maxine A. Whittaker

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:10

    Content type: Scoping Review

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  7. Chemotherapy for schistosomiasis has been around for 100 years. During the past century, great efforts have been made to develop new antischistosomal drugs from antimonials to nonantimonials, and some of these...

    Authors: Shu-Hua Xiao, Jun Sun and Ming-Gang Chen

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:9

    Content type: Scoping Review

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  8. Schistosomiasis in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) can be traced back to antiquity. In the past 60 years, the Chinese government has made great efforts to control this persistent disease with elimination ...

    Authors: Pei He, Catherine A. Gordon, Gail M. Williams, Yuesheng Li, Yuanyuan Wang, Junjian Hu, Darren J. Gray, Allen G. Ross, Donald Harn and Donald P. McManus

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:8

    Content type: Research Article

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  9. Hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) has become an emerging infectious disease in China in the last decade. There has been evidence that meteorological factors can influence the HFMD incidence, and understandi...

    Authors: Hongchao Qi, Yue Chen, Dongli Xu, Hualin Su, Longwen Zhan, Zhiyin Xu, Ying Huang, Qianshan He, Yi Hu, Henry Lynn and Zhijie Zhang

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:7

    Content type: Research Article

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  10. Malaria, filariasis, and intestinal parasitic infections (IPIs) are common and frequently overlap in developing countries. The prevalence and predictors of these infections were investigated in three different...

    Authors: Noé Patrick M’bondoukwé, Eric Kendjo, Denise Patricia Mawili-Mboumba, Jeanne Vanessa Koumba Lengongo, Christelle Offouga Mbouoronde, Dieudonné Nkoghe, Fousseyni Touré and Marielle Karine Bouyou-Akotet

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:6

    Content type: Research Article

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:38

  11. After publication of this article [1] it came to our attention that the name of the author Sadie Ryan was incorrectly shown. Her correct name is Sadie J. Ryan.

    Authors: Kevin Louis Bardosh, Sadie J. Ryan, Kris Ebi, Susan Welburn and Burton Singer

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:5

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:166

  12. Cystic echinococcosis (CE) is a human and animal health problem in many endemic areas worldwide. It is considered a neglected zoonotic disease caused by the larval form (hydatid cyst) of Echinococcus spp. tapewor...

    Authors: Aisha Khan, Kashf Naz, Haroon Ahmed, Sami Simsek, Muhammad Sohail Afzal, Waseem Haider, Sheikh Saeed Ahmad, Sumaira Farrakh, Wu Weiping and Guan Yayi

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:4

    Content type: Research Article

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  13. Vector-borne diseases are increasingly becoming a major health problem among communities living along the major rivers of Africa. Although larger water bodies such as lakes and dams have been extensively resea...

    Authors: Gabriel O. Dida, Douglas N. Anyona, Paul O. Abuom, Daniel Akoko, Samson O. Adoka, Ally-Said Matano, Philip O. Owuor and Collins Ouma

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:2

    Content type: Research Article

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  14. The frequency and magnitude of dengue epidemics continue to increase exponentially in Malaysia, with a shift in the age range predominance toward adults and an expansion to rural areas. Despite this, informati...

    Authors: Amreeta Dhanoa, Sharifah Syed Hassan, Nowrozy Kamar Jahan, Daniel D. Reidpath, Quek Kia Fatt, Mohtar Pungut Ahmad, Cheong Yuet Meng, Lau Wee Ming, Anuar Zaini Zain, Maude Elvira Phipps, Iekhsan Othman, Aman Bin Rabu, Rowther Sirajudeen, Ahmad Abdul Basitz Ahmad Fatan, Faidzal Adlee Ghafar, Hamdan Bin Ahmad…

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:1

    Content type: Research Article

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  15. As well as imposing an economic burden on affected households, the high costs related to tuberculosis (TB) can create access and adherence barriers. This highlights the particular urgency of achieving one of t...

    Authors: Ahmad Fuady, Tanja A. J. Houweling, Muchtaruddin Mansyur and Jan Hendrik Richardus

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:3

    Content type: Research Article

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  16. Patients’ beliefs are a major factor affecting tuberculosis (TB) treatment adherence. However, there has been little use of Health Belief Model (HBM) in determining the pathway effect of patients’ sociodemogra...

    Authors: Habteyes Hailu Tola, Mehrdad Karimi and Mir Saeed Yekaninejad

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:167

    Content type: Research Article

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  17. Diseases transmitted to humans by vectors account for 17% of all infectious diseases and remain significant public health problems. Through the years, great strides have been taken towards combatting vector-bo...

    Authors: Bernadette Ramirez

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:164

    Content type: Commentary

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  18. The threat of a rapidly changing planet – of coupled social, environmental and climatic change – pose new conceptual and practical challenges in responding to vector-borne diseases. These include non-linear an...

    Authors: Kevin Louis Bardosh, Sadie J. Ryan, Kris Ebi, Susan Welburn and Burton Singer

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:166

    Content type: Scoping Review

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2018 7:5

  19. Thymidine analogs, namely AZT (Zidovudine or Retrovir™) and d4T (Stavudine or Zerit™) are antiretroviral drugs still employed in over 75% of first line combination antiretroviral therapy (cART) in Kampala, Uga...

    Authors: Richard M. Gibson, Gabrielle Nickel, Michael Crawford, Fred Kyeyune, Colin Venner, Immaculate Nankya, Eva Nabulime, Emmanuel Ndashimye, Art F. Y. Poon, Robert A. Salata, Cissy Kityo, Peter Mugyenyi, Miguel E. Quiñones-Mateu and Eric J. Arts

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:163

    Content type: Research Article

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  20. The 2014–2016 Ebola crisis in West Africa had approximately eight times as many reported deaths as the sum of all previous Ebola outbreaks. The outbreak magnitude and occurrence of multiple Ebola cases in at l...

    Authors: Eduardo A. Undurraga, Cristina Carias, Martin I. Meltzer and Emily B. Kahn

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:159

    Content type: Opinion

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  21. In the underdeveloped multi-ethnic regions of China, high tuberculosis (TB) burden and regional inequity in access to healthcare service increase the challenge of achieving the End TB goals. Among all the prov...

    Authors: Jun Li, Xiao-Qiu Liu, Shi-Wen Jiang, Xue Li, Fei Yu, Yan Wang, Yong Peng, Xiao-Ming Gu, Yan-Ni Sun, Hui Zhang and Li-Xia Wang

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:151

    Content type: Case study

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  22. After publication of this article [1] it came to our attention that the affiliation of Jun Chen and Hong-zhou Lu were incorrectly shown.

    Authors: Ren-tian Cai, Feng-xue Yu, Zhen Tao, Xue-qin Qian, Jun Chen and Hong-zhou Lu

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:162

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:132

  23. By September 2016, approximately 653,865 people in China were living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) and 492,725 people were receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART). PLWHA frequently experience discrimination in all doma...

    Authors: Jun-Fang Xu, Zhong-Qiang Ming, Yu-Qian Zhang, Pei-Cheng Wang, Jun Jing and Feng Cheng

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:152

    Content type: Research Article

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  24. Historically, the target in the schistosomiasis control has shifted from infection to morbidity, then back to infection, but now as a public health problem, before moving on to transmission control. Currently,...

    Authors: Robert Bergquist, Xiao-Nong Zhou, David Rollinson, Jutta Reinhard-Rupp and Katharina Klohe

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:158

    Content type: Scoping Review

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  25. As Ethiopia is one of the sub-Saharan countries with a great burden of malaria the effectiveness of first line anti-malarial drugs is the major concern. The aim of this study was to synthesize the available ev...

    Authors: Mohammed Biset Ayalew

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:157

    Content type: Scoping Review

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  26. Measuring the size of the infectious pool of tuberculosis (TB) is essential to understand the burden and monitor trends of TB control program performance. This study applied the concept of TB management time to e...

    Authors: Senedu Bekele Gebreegziabher, Gunnar Aksel Bjune and Solomon Abebe Yimer

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:156

    Content type: Research Article

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  27. Prisons in Madagascar are at high risk of plague outbreak. Occurrence of plague epidemic in prisons can cause significant episode of urban plague through the movement of potentially infected humans, rodents an...

    Authors: Adélaïde Miarinjara, Jean Vergain, Jean Marcel Kavaruganda, Minoarisoa Rajerison and Sébastien Boyer

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:141

    Content type: Research Article

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  28. Malaria is a major public health problem in Myanmar. Migrant populations are at high risk of contracting malaria and its control is more difficult than for settled population. Studies on malaria and migration ...

    Authors: Htin Zaw Soe, Aung Thi and Ni Ni Aye

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:142

    Content type: Research Article

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  29. Drug resistance is one of the greatest challenges of malaria control programmes, with the monitoring of parasite resistance to artemisinins or to Artemisinin Combination Therapy (ACT) partner drugs critical to...

    Authors: Tobias O. Apinjoh, Regina N. Mugri, Olivo Miotto, Hanesh F. Chi, Rolland B. Tata, Judith K. Anchang-Kimbi, Eleanor M. Fon, Delphine A. Tangoh, Robert V. Nyingchu, Christopher Jacob, Roberto Amato, Abdoulaye Djimde, Dominic Kwiatkowski, Eric A. Achidi and Alfred Amambua-Ngwa

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:136

    Content type: Research Article

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  30. Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) prevail in conditions of poverty and contribute to the maintenance of social inequality. Out of the NTDs prioritized by the Brazilian Ministry of Health, four parasitic infec...

    Authors: Eduardo Brandão, Sebastián Romero, Maria Almerice Lopes da Silva and Fred Luciano Neves Santos

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:154

    Content type: Research Article

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  31. It is difficult to quickly distinguish non-tuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) infection from tuberculosis (TB) infection in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients because of many similarities betwee...

    Authors: Ren-tian Cai, Feng-xue Yu, Zhen Tao, Xue-qin Qian, Jun Chen and Hong-zhou Lu

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:132

    Content type: Research Article

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:162

  32. Methodological applications of the high sensitivity genus-specific Schistosoma CAA strip test, allowing detection of single worm active infections (ultimate sensitivity), are discussed for efficient utilization i...

    Authors: Paul L. A. M. Corstjens, Pytsje T. Hoekstra, Claudia J. de Dood and Govert J. van Dam

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:155

    Content type: Research Article

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  33. Zooprophylaxis is the use of wild or domestic animals, which are not the reservoir host of a given disease, to divert the blood-seeking malaria vectors from human hosts. In this paper, we systematically review...

    Authors: Abebe Asale, Luc Duchateau, Brecht Devleesschauwer, Gerdien Huisman and Delenasaw Yewhalaw

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:160

    Content type: Scoping Review

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  34. There is accumulating evidence for an increased susceptibility to infection in patients with arthritis. We sought to understand the epidemiology of Toxoplasma gondii infection in arthritis patients in eastern Chi...

    Authors: Ai-Ling Tian, Yuan-Lin Gu, Na Zhou, Wei Cong, Guang-Xing Li, Hany M. Elsheikha and Xing-Quan Zhu

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:153

    Content type: Research Article

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  35. Intestinal schistosomiasis caused by Schistosoma mansoni is a wide spread disease in most parts of Ethiopian highlands. Snail control is one major strategy in schistosomiasis control. The use of molluscicidal pla...

    Authors: Belayhun Mandefro, Seid Tiku Mereta, Yinebeb Tariku and Argaw Ambelu

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:133

    Content type: Research Article

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  36. In Brazil, people still fall ill and die from tuberculosis (TB), and this can be explained by the significant impasse in the equity of distribution of therapeutic resources to the population as a whole. The ai...

    Authors: Mellina YAMAMURA, Marcelino SANTOS NETO, Francisco CHIARAVALLOTI NETO, Luiz Henrique ARROYO, Antônio Carlos Vieira RAMOS, Ana Angélica Rêgo de QUEIROZ, Aylana de Souza BELCHIOR, Danielle Talita dos SANTOS, Juliane de Almeida CRISPIM, Ione Carvalho PINTO, Severina Alice da Costa UCHÔA, Regina Célia FIORATI and Ricardo Alexandre ARCÊNCIO

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:134

    Content type: Research Article

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  37. Before 2014 (the year of closure of the two largest needle exchange programs in Hungary, which halved the number of available syringes in the country despite increased injecting risk practices) no HIV was repo...

    Authors: András Ortutay, V. Anna Gyarmathy, Zsuzsa Marjanek, Károly Nagy, József Rácz and István Barcs

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:145

    Content type: Case study

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  38. In the three decades since the first reported case of Ebola virus, most known index cases have been consistently traced to the hunting of “bush meat”, and women have consistently recorded relatively high fatal...

    Authors: Miriam N. Nkangu, Oluwasayo A. Olatunde and Sanni Yaya

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:135

    Content type: Scoping Review

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  39. Acute human African trypanosomiasis (rHAT) caused by Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense is associated with high mortality and is fatal if left untreated. Only a few studies have examined the psychological, social and...

    Authors: Allan Mayaba Mwiinde, Martin Simuunza, Boniface Namangala, Chitalu Miriam Chama-Chiliba, Noreen Machila, Neil Anderson, Alexandra Shaw and Susan C. Welburn

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:150

    Content type: Research Article

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  40. On 12 October 2015, a cholera outbreak involving 65 cases and two deaths was reported in a fishing village in Hoima District, Western Uganda. Despite initial response by the local health department, the outbre...

    Authors: David W. Oguttu, A. Okullo, G. Bwire, P. Nsubuga and A.R. Ario

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:146

    Content type: Research Article

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  41. Trachoma is a disease of the eye, caused by the bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis, which can lead to blindness if left untreated. Ethiopia is one of the most trachoma-affected countries in the world. The objective o...

    Authors: Beselam Tadesse, Alemayehu Worku, Abera Kumie and Solomon Abebe Yimer

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:143

    Content type: Research Article

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  42. Soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections often affect the poorest and most deprived communities. In order to generate reliable data for planning a school based deworming program, we conducted a survey among ...

    Authors: Sandipan Ganguly, Sharad Barkataki, Sumallya Karmakar, Prerna Sanga, K. Boopathi, K. Kanagasabai, P. Kamaraj, Punam Chowdhury, Rituparna Sarkar, Dibyendu Raj, Leo James, Shanta Dutta, Rakesh Sehgal, Priya Jha and Manoj Murhekar

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:139

    Content type: Research Article

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  43. Trachoma is an infectious eye disease caused by Chlamydia trachomatis, which is the leading infectious cause of blindness worldwide. In areas where trachoma is endemic, active trachoma is common among preschool-a...

    Authors: Ayanaw Tsega Ferede, Abel Fekadu Dadi, Amare Tariku and Akilew Awoke Adane

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:128

    Content type: Research Article

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  44. Interventions are currently being used against ‘infectious diseases of poverty’, which remain highly debilitating and deadly in most endemic countries, especially malaria, schistosomiasis, echinococcosis and A...

    Authors: Kokouvi Kassegne, Ting Zhang, Shen-Bo Chen, Bin Xu, Zhi-Sheng Dang, Wang-Ping Deng, Eniola Michael Abe, Hai-Mo Shen, Wei Hu, Takele Geressu Guyo, Solomon Nwaka, Jun-Hu Chen and Xiao-Nong Zhou

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:130

    Content type: Study Protocol

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  45. Remarkable progress has been made in the fight against neglected tropical diseases, but new challenges have emerged. Innovative diagnostics, better drugs and new insecticides are often identified as the priori...

    Authors: Giuseppina Ortu and Oliver Williams

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:147

    Content type: Opinion

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  46. Dengue was regarded as a mild epidemic in mainland China transmitted by Aedes albopictus. However, the 2014 record-breaking outbreak in Guangzhou could change the situation. In order to provide an early warning o...

    Authors: Lei Luo, Li-Yun Jiang, Xin-Cai Xiao, Biao Di, Qin-Long Jing, Sheng-Yong Wang, Jin-Ling Tang, Ming Wang, Xiao-Ping Tang and Zhi-Cong Yang

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:148

    Content type: Research Article

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  47. The lack of safe water and sanitation contributes to the rampancy of diarrhea in many developing countries.

    Authors: Seungman Cha, JaeEun Lee, DongSik Seo, Byoung Mann Park, Paul Mansiangi, Kabore Bernard, Guy Jerome Nkay Mulakub-Yazho and Honore Minka Famasulu

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:137

    Content type: Study Protocol

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