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A medicai and social survey is re ported on 2 villages in India composed originally of rejected leprosy patients and developed over the past 30 years, near to a large leprosy hospital. The results are surprising. These communities pose no leprosy problem. to the adjace nt population, thanks to the concern of the hospital authorities. The ge neral economic standard is low, with begging an important factor, but the levei of child hell!th and nutrition in these communities was found to be superiordoi:10.5935/0305-7518.19760041 fatcat:2rvyefy4rzb4nfpqaqpx3u6aim