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, : Africa. Ascariasis and its prevention and control: 207-222

Helminthiases in Africa are reviewed and methods of control are discussed in detail. Control measures covered are chemotherapy, water supplies and health education.

Accession: 001748066

DOI: 10.2307/21225

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