India’s 15-Year Campaign Leads To Virtual Elimination Of Maternal, Newborn Tetanus Deaths
New York Times: India Virtually Eliminates Tetanus as a Killer
“A year after eliminating polio, India has scored another public health victory. Following a 15-year campaign, the country has virtually eliminated tetanus as a killer of newborns and mothers…” (McNeil, 8/28).
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