Strategies for the elimination of taeniasis/cysticercosis

Héctor H. García, Armando E. González, Oscar H. Del Brutto, Victor C.W. Tsang, Fernando Llanos-Zavalaga, Guillermo Gonzalvez, Jaime Romero, Robert H. Gilman

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Resumen

Advances in the field of neurocysticercosis continue to shape our understanding of the disease and our efforts to control it. Several attempts have been made to eradicate the disease with active interventions such as changing domestic pig-raising practices, mass chemotherapy of porcine cysticercosis and taeniasis, selective detection and treatment of taeniasis, and community health education. Moreover, ongoing progress in the diagnosis of taeniasis and the development of a porcine vaccine against cysticercosis in Australia, Mexico and Peru has yielded at least one effective vaccine that is currently available. Thus far, however, attempted interventions have only been successful in temporarily disrupting transmission of the disease. Controlled data on the efficacy and acceptability of the different interventions is urgently needed to provide a base-line schematic for intervention which could later be tailored to each particular endemic scenario. © 2007.
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
Páginas (desde-hasta)153-157
Número de páginas5
PublicaciónJournal of the Neurological Sciences
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 15 nov 2007

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