Almost two decades ago the World Health Organization declared leprosy eliminated, but millions of cases go undiagnosed One summer’s morning Paniya Sardar noticed a strange mark on her leg. It was the of
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Representatives of the agitating ethnic minority in Nepal, whose protests on the South Asian nation’s border with India have cut off key supplies for months, said Sunday that a deal with the Nepali government
“Every 20 minutes, one child in the world is told they have leprosy, experts say. But even more children not infected are
“Every 20 minutes, one child in the world is told they have leprosy, experts say. But even more children not infected are more affected by the condition that afflicts their parents.” http://www.dailytrust.com.ng/daily/health/41509-living-with-leprosy-and-forgotten