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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 9, Number 8, August 2004

Free Content Editorial: Lymphatic filariasis endemicity – an indicator of poverty?
pp. 843-845(3)
Authors: Durrheim, D. N.; Wynd, S.; Liese, B.; Gyapong, J. O.

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Free Content Historical review of malarial control in southern African with emphasis on the use of indoor residual house-spraying
pp. 846-856(11)
Authors: Mabaso, Musawenkosi L. H.; Sharp, Brian; Lengeler, Christian

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Free Content The PfCRT (K76T) point mutation favours clone multiplicity and disease severity in Plasmodium falciparum infection
pp. 857-861(5)
Authors: Ranjit, M. R.; Das, A.; Chhotray, G. P.; Das, B. P.; Das, B. N.; Acharya, A. S.

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Free Content Asymptomatic parasitaemia as a risk factor for symptomatic malaria in a cohort of Ugandan children
pp. 862-868(7)
Authors: Njama-Meya, Denise; Kamya, Moses R.; Dorsey, Grant

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Free Content Human African trypanosomiasis amongst urban residents in Kinshasa: a case-control study
pp. 869-875(7)
Authors: Robays, J.; Ebeja Kadima, A.; Lutumba, P.; Miaka mia Bilenge, C.; Kande Betu Ku Mesu, V.; De Deken, R.; Makabuza, J.; Deguerry, M.; Van der Stuyft, P.; Boelaert, M.

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Free Content Toxoplasma gondii spreading in an urban area evaluated by seroprevalence in free-living cats and dogs
pp. 876-881(6)
Authors: Meireles, L. R.; Galisteo, A. J.; Pompeu, E.; Andrade, H. F.

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Free Content The impact of ivermectin treatment alone and when in parallel with Simulium neavei elimination on onchocerciasis in Uganda
pp. 882-886(5)
Authors: Ndyomugyenyi, Richard; Tukesiga, Ephraim; B├╝ttner, Dietrich W.; Garms, Rolf

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Free Content Additional health and development activities for community-directed distributors of ivermectin: threat or opportunity for onchocerciasis control?
pp. 887-896(10)
Authors: Okeibunor, Joseph C.; Ogungbemi, Michael K.; Sama, Martin; Gbeleou, Sesso C.; Oyene, Ukam; Remme, Jan H. F.

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Free Content Migrants’ risky sexual behaviours in India and at home in far western Nepal
pp. 897-903(7)
Authors: Poudel, Krishna C.; Jimba, Masamine; Okumura, Junko; Joshi, Anand B.; Wakai, Susumu

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Free Content Weekly iron supplements given by teachers sustain the haemoglobin concentration of schoolchildren in the Philippines
pp. 904-909(6)
Authors: Roschnik, Natalie; Parawan, Amado; Baylon, Melba Andrea B.; Chua, Teresita; Hall, Andrew

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Free Content Viewpoint: Why and how tuberculosis control should be included in health sector reviews
pp. 910-916(7)
Authors: Schreuder, Bert; Visschedijk, Jan; Gondrie, Peter; Van Cleeff, Maarten

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Free Content Infant schistosomiasis in Ghana: a survey in an irrigation community
pp. 917-922(6)
Authors: Bosompem, K. M.; Bentum, Irene A.; Otchere, J.; Anyan, W. K.; Brown, C. A.; Osada, Y.; Takeo, S.; Kojima, S.; Ohta, N.

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Free Content Investigational use of ribavirin in the treatment of severe acute respiratory syndrome, Singapore, 2003
pp. 923-927(5)
Authors: Leong, Hoe-Nam; Ang, Brenda; Earnest, Arul; Teoh, Cindy; Xu, Wei; Leo, Yee-Sin

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Free Content A prospective study of bloodstream infections as cause of fever in Malawi: clinical predictors and implications for management
pp. 928-934(7)
Authors: Peters, Remco P. H.; Zijlstra, Ed E.; Schijffelen, Maarten J.; Walsh, Amanda L.; Joaki, George; Kumwenda, John J.; Kublin, James G.; Molyneux, Malcolm E.; Lewis, David K.

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