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Neglected Tropical Diseases: A Best Buy in Global Health

Image Credit: A health worker is checking a young boy in Mozambique for signs of blinding trachoma, one of seven Neglected Tropical Diseases targeted by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Image is courtesy of RTI International. One of the lesser known success stories in global health is about the progress we have made over the past decade in controlling and eliminating neglected tropical diseases or NTDs.
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