Availability and affordability of treatment for human African trypanosomiasis

by Etchegorry MG, Helenport JP, Pecoul B, Jannin J, Legros D. Trop Med Int Health, November 2001, 6(11):957-9.

Summary: Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT) is a re-emerging disease whose usual treatments are becoming less efficient because of the increasing parasite resistance. Availability of HAT drugs is poor and their production in danger because of technical, ecological and economic constraints.

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