Guinea Worm Eradication Efforts Complicated By Infections Among Dogs, Experts Say
STAT: Guinea worm, on the brink of eradication, puts up a surprisingly stubborn fight
“The eradication of Guinea worm, thought to have been within grasp, is now at least several years away because of a major setback in the North African country of Chad, according to global health experts and others…” (Branswell, 8/26).
Washington Post: The world is closer than ever to eradicating Guinea worm
“…If the global eradication program, led by the Carter Center, succeeds, Guinea worm will be only the second human disease in history to be eradicated, after smallpox. But the final stage of an eradication program can be the most difficult. The biggest obstacle is that Guinea worm is infecting not just people, but also dogs…” (Love, 8/24).