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Guinea worm: A nasty parasite is nearly eradicated, but the push for zero cases will require patience

By Kimberly Paul, Associate Professor of Biochemistry, Clemson University
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After nearly 40 years of effort, Guinea worm disease is on the cusp of being the second human disease – after smallpox – to be eradicated on Earth.The Conversation

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