Optimising control programs for soil-transmitted helminths
Soil-transmitted helminths (STH) are parasitic intestinal worms that are widely prevalent in impoverished populations, causing a significant burden of morbidity worldwide. Recent years have seen a remarkable global commitment to controlling STH infections. Current World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for STH control focus on large-scale deworming programs, in which anthelminthic medications (albendazole or mebendazole) are delivered regularly to at-risk population groups in endemic...[Show more]
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