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Although the situations portrayed on this website are typical of the research none of the persons in this website are research patients (study participants). None of the persons portrayed in the treatment and investigative situations are minors. They have kindly given their permissions to publish the images.
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Hard at work to prepare researchPort Shepstone Hospital doctors have started on research to improve conditions for patients and staff. Medical manager dr Dlamini was joined by doctors in internal medicine Situnda, Jona and Madikane. All scientists must undergo courses in ethics and projects must go through scrutiny by external experts in ethics. This takes many days and nights of preparation. Thumbs up for dedication! ... read more
Mass-treatment to prevent permanent damageThis team is going places. After generous donations by BRIGHT facebook friends this team of retired nurses and all their assistants are going out to treat Bilharzia in South African schools of Ugu and Ilembe... read more
Campaign for money in NorwayPoster for campaign: Parasittplakat We know there is Bilharzia We know how to treat it You can participate read more
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- Visual diagnosis of female genital schistosomiasis in Zambian women from hand-held colposcopy: agreement of expert image review March 3, 2023 Amy Sturt
- The Presence of Hemoglobin in Cervicovaginal Lavage Is Not Associated With Genital Schistosomiasis in Zambian Women From the BILHIV Study December 21, 2022 Amy S Sturt
- Establishing and Integrating a Female Genital Schistosomiasis Control Programme into the Existing Health Care System November 24, 2022 Takalani Girly Nemungadi
- Absence of lower genital tract lesions among women of reproductive age infected with Schistosoma mansoni: A cross-sectional study using a colposcope in Western Kenya July 8, 2022 Huldah C Sang
- The use of public transport and contraction of SARS-CoV-2 in a large prospective cohort in Norway March 15, 2022 Merete Ellingjord-Dale