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Symposium-Human and animal trypanosomiasis: now diagnostic and therapeutic measures

, : Symposium-Human and animal trypanosomiasis: now diagnostic and therapeutic measures. Medicina Tropicale nella Cooperazione allo Sviluppo 3(3): 113-148

Nine papers are reproduced, complete with tables, figures and references where appropriate. The symposium covered vector control as well as chemotherapy.

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