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Mycetoma and Neglected Tropical Diseases: A Medical, Scientific, and Moral Duty to Care

By Matt Dias • By now, most everyone knows that the Zika virus is a menacing global adversary. An array of governmental health agencies, reporters, and infectious disease experts have warned about its ramifications, presented statistical outcomes, and issued travel advisories.[1] But why hasn’t this coverage been extended to other infectious diseases ravaging similarly developing regions […]

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