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Human strongyloidiasis: identifying knowledge gaps, with emphasis on environmental control
Abstract Strongyloides is a human parasitic nematode that is poorly understood outside a clinical context. This article identifies gaps within the literature, with particular emphasis on gaps thatExpand
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Principles Relevant to Health Research among Indigenous Communities
Research within Indigenous communities has been criticised for lacking community engagement, for being exploitative, and for poorly explaining the processes of research. To address these concerns,Expand
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The National Strongyloides Working Group in Australia 10 workshops on: commendations and recommendations
[Extract] Strongyloidiasis, caused by the intestinal helminth Strongyloides stercoralis, is commonly found in developing nations in tropical and subtropical regions. Strongyloidiasis was omitted byExpand
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Strongyloidiasis in Oceania
Strongyloidiasis is a potentially fatal disease caused by species of Strongyloides (Nematoda). In Oceania, two species infect humans: S. stercoralis and S. kellyi. S. stercoralis is widespreadExpand
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Simple solutions to Strongyloides stercoralis infection
Durrheim should be applauded for suggesting that an environmental, rather than clinical, intervention might be the key to controlling Strongyloides stercoralis .1 For too long we have taken a purely …
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