Out of Animals and Back Again: Schistosomiasis as a Zoonosis in Africa

Abstract

Schistosomiasis is one of the world’s most widely distributed and prevalent parasitic diseases, with approximately 700 million people at risk of infection. The vast majority of human cases of the disease are found in Africa, with distribution in virtually all corners of the continent, bar the Sahara and Namib deserts and the depths of the Congo jungle… (More)

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@inproceedings{Standley2012OutOA, title={Out of Animals and Back Again: Schistosomiasis as a Zoonosis in Africa}, author={Claire J. Standley and Andrew P Dobson and Russell J Stothard}, year={2012} }