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Neglected Tropical Diseases and the London Declaration- challenges and opportunities for the next decade
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A small drinks reception will be held in LR 5 following this event.
The seminar will discuss the evolution of the concept of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) and the rationale for prioritising these diseases in the landscape of Global Health. The seminar will focus on the recent achievements and the expanded committments of a wide range of partners who are working to achieve the WHO Roadmap for the elimination and control of NTDs whilst emphasising the challenges facing the NTD community.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Infectious Diseases series.
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