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Village-scale persistence and elimination of gambiense human African trypanosomiasis
Gambiense human African trypanosomiasis (gHAT) is one of several neglected tropical diseases that is targeted for elimination by the World Health Organization. Recent years have seen a substantial decline in the number of globally reported cases, largely driven by an intensive process of screening and treatment. However, this infection is highly focal, continuing to persist at low prevalence even in small populations. Regional elimination, and ultimately global eradication, rests ondoi:10.1101/19006502 fatcat:f76462btqrbr5e3odgrxx7pv34