Health workers don’t just play a significant part in achieving many global health goals; they are on the ground making these goals possible.
Since there are no drugs available to prevent or treat dengue infection, creating awareness about the disease is an essential preventative measure that can be carried out by doctors and nurses.

A recent expert meeting on typhoid epidemiological modeling, organized by the Coalition against Typhoid, marks one of the first attempts to jolt governments into action against typhoid fever, a disease that is thriving largely unnoticed in many developing countries.

By Stephanie Bricking, Albert B. Sabin Archivist, University of Cincinnati

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