The Eradication of Sleeping Sickness from Principe1

@article{STheEO,
  title={The Eradication of Sleeping Sickness from Principe1},
  author={J. W. W. S.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={98},
  pages={311-312}
}
PRINCIPE is one of a group of four islands in the Gulf of Guinea. It is 17 kilometres long and 10 kilometres wide, and is 200 kilometres distant from the mainland. The main export of the island is cacao; sugar-cane, coffee, and palm kernel being practically negligible. For the cultivation of the cacao crop labour has been imported in the past from the African mainland. In all probability among these labourers there would be cases of sleeping sickness. These in themselves would constitute no… 
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