Major trends in human parasitic diseases in China.

@article{Li2010MajorTI,
  title={Major trends in human parasitic diseases in China.},
  author={Ting Li and Sheng Yang He and Hong Mei Zhao and Guanghui Zhao and Xing-quan Zhu},
  journal={Trends in parasitology},
  year={2010},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={
          264-70
        }
}
Tremendous progress has been made in the control and prevention of human parasitic diseases in mainland China in the past 30 years because of China's Reform and Opening to the Outside Policies initiated in 1978. However, parasitic diseases remain a major human health problem, with significant morbidity and mortality as well as adverse socioeconomic consequences. Although soil-transmitted parasitic diseases are in the process of being gradually controlled, food-borne parasitic diseases and… CONTINUE READING

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