Victoria Monti

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Two meetings of the World Health Organization (WHO)-in 1999 and 2002-had examined the potential use of oral cholera vaccines (OCVs) as an additional public-health tool for the control of cholera. In the light of the work accomplished since 2002, WHO convened a third meeting to reexamine with a group of experts the role that OCVs might play in preventing(More)
Humanitarian aid workers regularly encounter the challenge of setting up functioning surveillance systems immediately after a disaster. Detecting potential outbreaks of diseases, such as cholera, that might arise from disturbed living conditions, displacement and lack of clean water and sanitation is, therefore, extremely difficult. Fears of cholera(More)
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