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  1. The role of gender relations in uptake of mass drug administration for lymphatic filariasis in Alor District, Indonesia.

    Krentel A, Wellings K. Parasites & vectors. 2018; 11(1):179.
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  2. Implementation of a decentralized community-based treatment program to improve the management of Buruli ulcer in the Ouinhi district of Benin, West Africa.

    Amoussouhoui AS, Sopoh GE, Wadagni AC, Johnson RC, Aoulou P, Agbo IE, Houezo JG, Boyer M, Nichter M. PLoS neglected tropical diseases. 2018; 12(3):e0006291.
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  3. Socioeconomic benefit to individuals of achieving 2020 targets for four neglected tropical diseases controlled/eliminated by innovative and intensified disease management: Human African trypanosomiasis, leprosy, visceral leishmaniasis, Chagas disease.

    Lenk EJ, Redekop WK, Luyendijk M, Fitzpatrick C, Niessen L, Stolk WA, Tediosi F, Rijnsburger AJ, Bakker R, Hontelez JAC, Richardus JH, Jacobson J, Le Rutte EA, Vlas SJ, Severens JL. PLoS neglected tropical diseases. 2018; 12(3):e0006250.
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  4. Elimination of lymphatic filariasis: current perspectives on mass drug administration.

    Gyapong JO, Owusu IO, Vroom FB, Mensah EO, Gyapong M. Research and Reports in Tropical Medicine. 2018; Volume 918-33.
  5. Why snakebite patients in Myanmar seek traditional healers despite availability of biomedical care at hospitals? Community perspectives on reasons.

    Schioldann E, Mahmood MA, Kyaw MM, Halliday D, Thwin KT, Chit NN, Cumming R, Bacon D, Alfred S, White J, Warrell D, Peh CA. PLoS neglected tropical diseases. 2018; 12(2):e0006299.
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