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Through 2018, every new dollar Rotary commits to polio eradication will be matched two-to-one by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation up to $35 million a year.
pylori eradication triple therapy with Pariet and two antimicrobial agents, successful eradication significantly depends on whether the patient properly adheres to the prescribed treatment regimen.
The commission wants bodies such as Natural Resources Wales to have power to issue species control orders to ensure control or eradication programmes, arguing that species control orders would compel owners or occupiers to carry out control or eradication operations.
The study noted that "security concerns continue to threaten the overall goal of global (polio) eradication.
1 percent among patients who received eradication therapy and 1.
After this concise and clear context of eradication and its pursuit (eradicationism), the text then focuses specifically on eradication efforts and some key disease eradicators.
First-line triple therapy for eradication comprises a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) and two of the following antibiotics: clarithromycin, metronidazole and amoxicillin.
Timely in light of recent developments in the large scale funding of malaria eradication programs, this volume on the history of the disease eradication movement examines the concept of eradication as it developed over the twentieth century and explores the controversy between single disease advocates and those who promote general healthcare and holistic approaches.
The commitment of Britain and the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, with the support of millions of Rotarians, has helped bring this crippling and often deadly disease to the brink of eradication.
MANY thanks for printing my letter (You Say, January 18) about Rotary's Polio Eradication Campaign.
But the recent outbreaks have also reignited debate about whether a polio-free world through eradication is possible at all, or whether controlling the spread of the disease is more effective.
For many in the field of public health, the greatest triumph achieved by medicine in this century was the eradication of smallpox.