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This article posits that Neglected Tropical Diseases are some of the most cost-effective public health interventions in the world and should be a global priority.
This study compares two different frequencies of mass azithromycin distributions for trachoma to determine the causal relationship between antibiotic consumption and antibiotic resistance.
This study measures the impact of a school WASH intervention on infectious disease among pupils in Mali.
This joint open letter issued by six leading eye health agencies calls on Commonwealth leaders to commit to bringing eye care to all
This guide for trainers of trichiasis surgeons contains information to help a trainer prepare for and lead a training workshop. It is intended to facilitate and standardize the process and quality of training new trichiasis surgeons and trichiasis surgeons who undergo refresher trainings.
This study presents latent class modeling results for comparison of antibody data obtained from three different Pgp3-based platforms – multiplex bead array, ELISA, and lateral flow assay.
This study tested the reproducibility of a serologic test for antibodies to C. trachomatis pgp3
This study demonstrates the extent of genomic diversity within a naturally circulating population of ocular Ct and is the first to describe novel genomic associations with disease severity.
This study assesses mass Zithromax administration coverage, social mobilization and campaign challenges in south and southeast zones of Tigray, Ethiopia.
The aims of this study are to determine the rates of seroconversion, and seroreversion (if any), in connection with trachoma and infection in a random sample of children age 1–9 years over a one year period in 50 communities in Kongwa Tanzania, where trachoma was formerly hyper-endemic.