Intensified Disease Management
Together for Zero: Coordinated Research Required to Achieve Zero Disease, Disability, and Discrimination from Leprosy
When one thinks of leprosy, it is of the days of old—a debilitating disease described in literature. With over 200,000 new cases detected every year (including over 150 in the US last year), leprosy instills fear in communities to this day.
Newly Released Scorecard Marks Progress in the Fight against Neglected Tropical Diseases
Go to the mothers. That’s what health workers must do to control and eliminate Chagas disease from the 21 Latin American countries where it is a persistent, often silent, scourge.
Remarks by Jimmy Carter, originally published by The Carter Center. Photos by Michael Schwarz.
This entry describes a panel discussion to take place at the annual meeting of the Coalition for Operational Research on Neglected Tropical Diseases (COR-NTD).
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter once said, “You can do what you have to do, and sometimes you can do it even better than you think you can.”