Leprosy is back! Are you in danger?
"While this ancient disease may be largely forgotten in many parts of the world, it's an everyday reality for many in Asia," says Dr. K. P. Yohannan, “The disease can be easily treated by modern medicine.” Unfortunately, “many poor and isolated regions – where leprosy is most prominent – lack sufficient resources, knowledge and prevention tactics that could ward off this disfiguring disease.”
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