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Role of the new version of the Control and Elimination Criteria for Schistosomiasis in acceleration of the schistosomiasis elimination program in China



Role of the new version of the Control and Elimination Criteria for Schistosomiasis in acceleration of the schistosomiasis elimination program in China



Zhongguo Xue Xi Chong Bing Fang Zhi Za Zhi 25(1): 1-4



Based on the historical background for revision of the Control and Elimination Criteria for Schistosomiasis for 6 times, and the role of the criteria in promotion of national schistosomiasis control program of China at various stages, the present study demonstrated the necessity of further revision of the control criteria in the current schistosomiasis elimination program. In addition, the background for revision of the novel version of the Control and Elimination Criteria for Schistosomiasis was illustrated based on literature review, retrospective survey, expert argumentation and index improvement.

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