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Dr Susan Serjeantson, Department of Human Biology, John Curtin School of Medical Research at the ANU, and Dr Hornabrook of the Institute of Medical Research in Papua New Guinea, examine villagers in Kewieng (at 8,000 feet) in the Finistere Ranges of Papua New Guinea

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Date created: 1978
Leprosy was widely prevalent in Papua New Guinea and the work of the Department of Human Biology aimed to show to what extent susceptibility to leprosy was due to socio-economic and geographical variables or to innate differences between individuals.
Location: Papua New Guinea
Other Identifiers: ANUA226-627


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