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Reduction of enteric infectious disease in rural China by providing deep-well tap water.
Enteric infectious disease (EID), defined here as bacillary dysentery, viral hepatitis A, El Tor cholera, or acute watery diarrhoea, is an important public health problem in most developingExpand
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Response of man to infection with Vibrio cholerae. I. Clinical, serologic, and bacteriologic responses to a known inoculum.
The spectrum of illness and the immunologic response produced by cholera in volunteers were studied. The strains of Vibrio cholerae used were classical Inaba 569B and classical Ogawa 395. An oralExpand
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The Broad Street pump revisited: response of volunteers to ingested cholera vibrios.
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Has COVID-19 subverted global health?
For the first time in the post-war history of epidemics, there is a reversal of which countries are most heavily affected by a disease pandemic. By early May, 2020, more than 90% of all reportedExpand
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Impediments to global surveillance of infectious diseases: consequences of open reporting in a global economy.
Globalization has led to an increase in the spread of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. International efforts are being launched to control their dissemination through globalExpand
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Response of man to infection with Vibrio cholerae. II. Protection from illness afforded by previous disease and vaccine.
Human immunity acquired after cholera or provided by cholera vaccines was evaluated. Previous diarrhea caused by infection with Vibrio cholerae induced complete protection against diarrhea after aExpand
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Vitamin A status of children in Sri Lanka.
A representative country-wide rural nutrition status survey determined the extent and distribution of vitamin A deficiency in Sri Lanka in children 6 through 71 months of age. Trained paramedicalExpand
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Oral maintenance therapy for cholera in adults.
An oral solution containing glucose, sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, and potassium chloride or citrate was used as maintenance therapy for acute cholera. In comparison with control patients whoExpand
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Health as a Global Public Good
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