“ Helminths and Sanitation ”

@inproceedings{JimnezCisneros2007HA,
  title={“ Helminths and Sanitation ”},
  author={Blanca E Jim{\'e}nez-Cisneros and C. Maya-Rendon},
  year={2007}
}
Helminths are worms causing a wide variety of diseases globally called helminthiases. Helminthiases almost only occur in developing countries, particularly in areas where sanitation is low sanitation. Although helminths are not microscopic animals, their eggs, which are the infective agents, are. Helminth eggs are discharged to the environment in faeces and the oralfaecal route is the main dissemination pathway of the disease. The inadequate management and disposal of wastewater, sludge and… CONTINUE READING

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