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Still mesoendemic onchocerciasis in two Cameroonian community-directed treatment with ivermectin projects despite more than 15 years of mass treatment

Bibliographic reference Kamga, Guy-Roger ; Dissak Delon, Fanny ; Nana-Djeunga, Hugues C ; Biholong, Benjamin D ; Mbigha-Ghogomu, Stephen ; et. al. Still mesoendemic onchocerciasis in two Cameroonian community-directed treatment with ivermectin projects despite more than 15 years of mass treatment. In: Parasites & Vectors, Vol. 9, no.581, p. 1-12 (2016)
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