Neglected tropical diseases of Namibia: unsolved mysteries.

  title={Neglected tropical diseases of Namibia: unsolved mysteries.},
  author={Bruce H Noden and Berta E. van der Colf},
  journal={Acta tropica},
  volume={125 1},
Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) are diseases most commonly found in settings of poverty and are responsible for the morbidity and/or mortality of millions each year. As an upper-middle income country, Namibia is not normally considered to have many NTDs but published reports indicate the possible presence of over 30. Because much of the data is buried in historical studies published before Independence in 1990, there is a risk of losing valuable information on which to build current and… CONTINUE READING
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