Experience from Rockefeller Foundation studies on the control of hookworm / K. S. Warren
Warren, Kenneth S, World Health Organization. Parasitic Diseases Programme & WHO Expert Committee on Prevention and Control of Intestinal Parasitic Infections. (1986). Experience from Rockefeller Foundation studies on the control of hookworm / K. S. Warren. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/61300
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Report of the WHO Informal Consultation on Hookworm Infection and Anaemia in Girls and Women, Geneva, 5-7 December 1994 WHO Informal Consultation on Hookworm Infection and Anaemia in Girls and Women (1994: Geneva, Switzerland); World Health Organization. Schistosomiasis and Intestinal Parasites Unit; World Health Organization. Division of Control of Tropical Diseases (WHO/CDS/IPI/95.1. UnpublishedWHO/CTD/SIP/96.1, 1995)
Hookworm infection and anaemia : approaches to prevention and control / Z. S. Pawlowski, G. A. Schad, G. J. Stott Pawlowski, Z. S; Schad, G. A; Stott, G. J; World Health Organization (1991)A detailed guide to the many simple, effective, and inexpensive measures that can be used to reduce the prevalence and severity of anaemia caused by hookworm infection. The main aim is to help practitioners, working in the field, know how to detect infection and associated anaemia, and then implement appropriate measures, whether for individual cases or entire communities. In view of the widespread tendency to underestimate the importance of hookworm infection and accord it low priority, the book also performs a persuasive function, documenting ...