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School-based targeted preventive chemotherapy, the main control strategy for intestinal worms, excludes adults. Mass drug administration would benefit the entire population but requires greater investment. Utilising cost surveys, systematic review, and economic modelling, this thesis evaluated the cost, effectiveness, and cost-effectiveness of mass drug administration compared with school-based targeted preventive chemotherapy for intestinal worm control in Vietnam and the Philippines.
John Paul Caesar Delos Trinos
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