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Amber Hsiao, Sachin N Desai, Vittal Mogasale, Jean-Louis Excler, Laura Digilio
Improving water and sanitation is the preferred choice for cholera control in the long-term. Nevertheless, vaccination is an available too l that has been shown to be a cost‒effective option for...
Mogasale V et al.
Cholera is transmitted through the fecal-oral route, and humans are the natural host. It is caused by the ingestion of O1 and less commonly O139 serogroups of the Vibrio cholerae bacterium and...
Verma et al.
Cholera is a major global public health problem and remains an important threat in almost every developing country, especially in areas where population overcrowding and poor sanitation are common,...
Rita Reyburn et al.
The outbreak of cholera in Zimbabwe intensified interest in the control and prevention of cholera. While there is agreement that safe water, sanitation, and personal hygiene are ideal for the long...
John D. Clemens, Dipika Sur, Sujit K. Bhattacharya, Thomas F. Wierzba, Anna Lena Lopez, Jacqueline L. Deen, Byomkesh Manna, Suman Kanungo, Young Ae You, Mohammad Ali
BACKGROUND: Case-control studies have not been examined for their utility in assessing population-level vaccine protection in individually randomized trials. METHODS: We used the data of a...