Tokunbo B. Ojo

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The appearance of resistance to many first-line antimicrobial agents presents a critical challenge to the successful treatment of bacterial infections. Antimicrobial resistant bacteria and resistance genes are globally distributed, but significant variations in prevalence have been observed in different geographical regions. This article discusses possible(More)
The nearly complete eradication of the Guinea worm in Nigeria—from more than 600,000 reported cases in 1988 to zero in 2009 [1]—is a welcome development and a remarkable feat achieved through the efforts of the Carter Center, the Yakubu Gowon Foundation, and the World Health Organization [2]. They deserve a high level of appreciation for identifying a(More)
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