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Published by J. & A. Churchill in London .
Written in English

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Statementby John Sullivan, M.D.
ContributionsLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Paginationviii, 211 pages ;
Number of Pages211
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Open LibraryOL25656349M

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Full text of "The diseases of tropical climates and their treatment [electronic resource]: with hints for the preservation of health in the tropics" See other formats. Key features of neglected tropical diseases Neglected tropical diseases affect more than 1 billion people, primarily poor populations living in tropical and subtropical climates. They frequently cluster geographically and overlap; individuals are often afflicted with . of their diseases. Maps 1 and 2 show the area of distribution of camels, which comprises the tropical climates and marshland. The limit of their distribution is approximately that of the isohyet of mm rainfall. Table I shows the population in each country, expressed in "tropical livestock. 1. Author(s): Sullivan,John Title(s): The endemic diseases of tropical climates with their treatment. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Churchill,

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