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Mass drug administration and the sustainable control of schistosomiasis: An evaluation of treatment compliance in the rural Philippines.

Author

Marianette T. Inobaya,
Thao N. Chau,
Shu-Kay  Ng,
Colin  MacDougall,
Remigio M. Olveda,
Jhoys  M. Landicho,
Carol  M. Malacad,
Mila  F. Aligato,
Jerric  B. Guevarra,
Allen  . Ross

Related Institution

Menzies Health Institute Queensland - Griffith University

Research Institute for Tropical Medicine - Department of Health

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Publication Information

Publication Type
Journal
Publication Sub Type
Journal Article, Original
Title
Parasites & Vectors
Frequency
Others
Publication Date
2018
Volume
11
Issue
441
Page(s)
NA

References

2. "Road to the elimination of schistosomiasis from Asia: The journey is far from over." Microbes and Infection 15(13): 858–865, 2013-2013
3. "Schistosomiasis mass drug administration in the philippines: Lessons learnt and the global implications" Microbes and Infection ,
4. "Schistosomiasis in the Philippines: challenges and some successes in control" Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health ,
5. "Soil-transmitted helminthiasis and schistosomiasis in children of poor families in Leyte, Philippines: Lessons for disease prevention and control." Journal of Tropical Pediatrics Not Availa(Not Availa): Not Availa, January 2017-January 2017
6. "Risk factors for human helminthiases in rural Philippines." International Journal of Infectious Diseases 54(Not Applic): 150-155, January 2017-January 2017
8. "Schistosoma japonicum in Samar, the Philippines: Infection in dogs and rats as a possible risk factor for human infection" Epidemiology and Infection ,

Citation

1. Asian Schistosomiasis: Current status and prospects for control leading to elimination.
2. KAP (Knowledge, Attitude, Practices) and health-seeking behavior of Schistosoma infected communities in San Miguel, Surigao del sur, Philippines.

Physical Location

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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Fulltext pdf (Request Document)
BMC Springer Nature Fulltext External Link (View)

 
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