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1Barriers and Opportunities to Advancing Women in Leadership Roles in Vector Control: Perspectives from a Stakeholder Survey
Mary H. Hayden,Erika Barrett,Guyah Bernard,Eunice N. Toko,Maurice Agawo,Amanda M. Okello,Jayleen K. L. Gunn,Kacey C. Ernst
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.2018;98(5)1224
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2Prevalence of hookworm infection: a retrospective study in Kumasi
Williams Walana,Eric Nana Kofi Aidoo,Samuel Crowther Kofi Tay
Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine.2014;4(5)S158
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3Access to essential medicines to guarantee women's rights to health: The pharmaceutical patents connection
Jennifer H. M. Mike
The Journal of World Intellectual Property.2020;23(3-4)473
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4Enteric parasitic infection among HIV-infected patients visiting Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Nepal
Ananda Ghimire,Shiva Bhandari,Sarmila Tandukar,Jyoti Amatya,Dinesh Bhandari,Jeevan Bahadur Sherchand
BMC Research Notes.2016;9(1)473
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5Social and Economic Burden of Human Leishmaniasis
Ifeoma Okwor,Jude Uzonna
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.2016;94(3)489
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6Gender-related factors affecting health seeking for neglected tropical diseases: findings from a qualitative study in Ethiopia
Alexandra Wharton-Smith,Christian Rassi,Esey Batisso,Giuseppina Ortu,Rebecca King,Misganu Endriyas,Helen Counihan,Prudence Hamade,Dawit Getachew,Sally Theobald
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.2019;13(12)e0007840
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7“Cheaper and better”: Societal cost savings and budget impact of changing from systemic to intralesional pentavalent antimonials as the first-line treatment for cutaneous leishmaniasis in Bolivia
Daniel Eid Rodríguez,Miguel San Sebastian,Anni-Maria Pulkki-Brännström,Waleed Saleh Al-Salem
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.2019;13(11)e0007788
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8A re-evaluation of the framework for the protection of patents, women’s health in Nigeria and the issue of accessing pharmaceutical innovation in Africa: Designing strategies for medicines
Jennifer H. Mike
The Journal of World Intellectual Property.2019;22(3-4)162
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9A re-evaluation of the framework for the protection of patents, women’s health in Nigeria and the issue of accessing pharmaceutical innovation in Africa: Designing strategies for medicines
Jody Harris
The Journal of World Intellectual Property.2014;22(3-4)267
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10A re-evaluation of the framework for the protection of patents, women’s health in Nigeria and the issue of accessing pharmaceutical innovation in Africa: Designing strategies for medicines
Mervin Gascon,Janet McIntyre-Mills
The Journal of World Intellectual Property.2018;22(3-4)319
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11Empowering Women and Improving Female Reproductive Health through Control of Neglected Tropical Diseases
Peter J. Hotez
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases.2009;3(11)e559
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12Empowering Women and Improving Female Reproductive Health through Control of Neglected Tropical Diseases
MeiLee Ling,Angela Brand,Elena Ambrosino
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases.2014;3(11)139
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13Parasitic Infections in Pregnancy
Sarah Dotters-Katz,Jeffrey Kuller,R. Phillips Heine
Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey.2011;66(8)515
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