Chrystal Gayle

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The priorities of public health planners are often at variance with the community's own environmental sanitation priorities and perspectives. Public opinion about individual, collective, and governmental responsibilities in addressing these issues and priorities is of particular importance when designing community-based programs. In a study conducted in(More)
When 297 blood samples taken from patients attending a fever clinic in Georgetown Public Hospital were examined microscopically, after thick and thin blood films had been stained with Giemsa, one hundred and forty-two (47.8%) were microscopically positive for malaria. After processing the patient's serum, samples by the Indirect Fluorescent Antibody (IFA)(More)
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