Study Examines River Blindness, African Eye Worm Co-infection Prevalence, Challenges To Treatment, Prevention

DNDi: Study shows that African eye worm threatens elimination of river blindness
This release discusses findings of a study examining the prevalence and challenges of onchocerciasis (also known as river blindness) and loiasis (also known as African eye worm) co-infection, which is complicating efforts to treat and, ultimately, eliminate onchocerciasis (11/20).

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