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Kenyan Doctors Work to Eliminate Trachoma by 2020i
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December 03, 2013 6:17 PM
Health workers in Kenya say more than 60,000 people are living with trachoma, an infectious eye disease that causes blindness if not treated early. Mohammed Yusuf has visited a remote village where medical professionals are working to bring an outbreak of the disease under control.

Kenyan Doctors Work to Eliminate Trachoma by 2020

Published December 03, 2013

Health workers in Kenya say more than 60,000 people are living with trachoma, an infectious eye disease that causes blindness if not treated early. Mohammed Yusuf has visited a remote village where medical professionals are working to bring an outbreak of the disease under control.


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