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World Health Organization Philippines 14h
Replying to @WHOPhilippines
Further reduction of cases in the Philippines πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­ would be possible with active contact tracing combined with treatment of active and latent leprosy cases.
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World Health Organization Philippines 14h
Replying to @WHOPhilippines
The number of cases that the Philippines is notifying every year is the highest in the Western Pacific Region. This number has remained stagnant at about 2,000 leprosy cases notified per year for several years.
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FEMS Oct 8
Learn from author Serrano-Coll how Mycobacterium leprae induces nerve damage during a disease marked by skin and nerve damage.
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Annemie Fourie 10h
Replying to @kk_tineke @PebbleGrip
Thank you for reaching out to me, and a big thanks to Hendri! Yes we are, I’ve just reach out to you on LinkedIn. We are now in the exploration phase of focussed on
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World Health Organization Philippines 15h
All three levels of the WHO recently conducted a joint mission with the Department of Health. The experts visited Visayas and Mindanao in the Philippines πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­ to assess the current status, challenges and solutions related to leprosy.
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and plastic hide things some fail to
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The Leprosy Mission 6h
Kayana lives in rural Mozambique with her husband and their 5 children. She approached the local health volunteer when she developed a wound on her leg that would not heal. Thanks to you, Kayana was diagnosed, treated and can look forward to a future free from !
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LEPRA Society 11h
Do you live in ? Want to make a difference as a community ? Think you have what it takes to help beat ? Check out !
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Jiske @ Infolep Oct 5
Epidemiology and Spatiotemporal Patterns of Detection in the State of Bahia, Brazilian Northeast Region, 2001–2014. Trop. Med. Infect. Dis. 2018, 3(3), 79.
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Lepra Oct 9
Replying to @j_7001
Congratulations on your place Joe! As an own place runner you could still run for and raise money to help people affected by . If you'd like some more information feel free to email us at events@lepra.org.uk
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Lepra Oct 11
Happy everyone! Gulabsha was 13 when she was first diagnosed with . Unfortunately she dropped out of school for a year. Since being cured of leprosy Gulabsha plans to study for an engineering degree.
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prasanna Kumar 8h
level co-ordinate meeting of @ DMS . Director&Chennai DDL
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Bunny! πŸ‡ Oct 7
Day 62 Home chores, Work, meeting friends that are no longer friends by chance "awkwardness has a new definition for me now", meeting a lovely friend ❀️ watching ΩŠΩˆΩ… Ψ§Ω„Ψ―ΩŠΩ† πŸ˜’πŸ˜’ Such a lovely ending for the day 😭😭 not like
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Julia Thompson Oct 10
Replying to @tompollak
Good lessons on both fronts! Always good to remember pretest probabilities and we have to destigmatise FND as it is as disabling and as treatable as so many other conditions and we know in history that stigma affects treatment and QOL
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Jiske @ Infolep Oct 8
Psychiatric comorbidity among male patients with and its relation to low levels of free testosterone. In: MiddleEastCurrentPsych:...
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Omprakash Oct 11
Replying to @ActorMadhavan
Great of you sir. Thankful for your support to people affected by . Happy Dussehra.
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Atul Kumar Oct 12
I really appreciate your kind message towards restoring the dignity of affected@ActorMadhavan
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Atul Kumar Oct 11
Replying to @Infolep
It's not only upto the discrimination associated to . But girl and women had to face all the social evils exist.
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Nursing Review Oct 11
Leprosy is still present in Australia but it is curable with a course of multi-drug therapy
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DocWoc71 5h
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