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It may be possible to interrupt the #transmission of soil-transmitted #helminths, which affect nearly 2 billion individuals globally.

Read our overview of the DeWorm3 project, from partners including +Natural History Museum, +UW (University of Washington) and +Imperial College London, which aims to test the feasibility of interrupting soil-transmitted helminth transmission.

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Hi fellow people concerned about NTDs!

I thought you may like to read our new research paper about using RNA in venom (instead of the venom gland) to study the composition of venom. As well as a possible impact on next-generation snakebite (the most neglected of neglected tropical disease) therapy design, it also has both ethical, conservation and field work implications. If you like it, please consider retweeting or sharing.

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Keep up the good work.


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First evidences of a huge war from the Bronze Era in north of Germany even much earlier than known battles from the Roman Empire and other historical ones like in Greece and Egypt. This gives new insights of society organization in Europe... But for what they were fighting may be ever a mistery.

Read our exclusive interview with the filmmaker behind the new documentary, Programmed to Kill: Dengue. ‪#‎globalhealth‬ ‪#‎dengue‬

The new series kicks off this Sunday across much of ‪#‎SEAsia‬ on The History Channel.

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‪#‎Post‬-tonsillectomy ‪#‎Bleeding‬
Post-tonsillectomy bleeding remains the most serious complication of tonsillectomy. The rate of
post tonsillectomy bleeding varies with different technique. The common used techniques are the bipolar, monopolar
and cold.
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A Study on ‪#‎BioEfficacy‬ and Acceptability of ‪#‎Llins‬
‪#‎Malaria‬ causes a lot of ‪#‎morbidty‬ and ‪#‎mortality‬ each year, esp. among troops operating in ‪#‎uncongenial‬ malarial
areas. Personal ‪#‎protection‬ by use of ‪#‎bednets‬ is one of the main methods of protection against the ‪#‎Anopheles‬ and
other species of ‪#‎mosquitoes‬, besides the ‪#‎antilarval‬ and ‪#‎antiadult‬ ‪#‎sprays‬. View more at:
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