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What is Neglected Tropical Disease

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What is Neglected Tropical Disease
 
Neglected tropical diseases are mainly infectious diseases that are endemic in hot and humid climates in poor areas, especially in the tropics. Most of them are parasitic diseases transmitted by insects such as mosquitoes, black flies, ferrets, tsetse flies, carnivora, and house flies, as well as snails. Some of the diseases are transmitted from soil contaminated with water and eggs. Environmental pollution has worsened the chain of transmission, and poor living and sanitary conditions have in turn exacerbated environmental pollution. These diseases were once prevalent and now they are concentrated in extremely poor conditions. In other parts of the world, they have gradually disappeared as life and sanitation conditions have improved.
 
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The neglected tropical diseases are not listed one by one here. There are also differences in different regions and countries. The disease that WHO is currently focusing on is: "Measures have been prepared for diseases" that can be treated with the use of therapeutic tools, including soil-borne helminth infections, lymphatic filariasis, onchocerciasis, schistosomiasis, and corn fields. Dracunculiasis, zoonotic helminthiasis, dengue fever/dengue haemorrhagic fever, rabies, and IELTS; “measures lacking disease” that require treatment for specific diseases, leishmaniasis, African human trypanosomiasis, the Americas Trypanosomiasis and Brucella ulcers.
 
Why they are classified as one type
 
The organization has classified the neglected tropical diseases for the following two reasons. First of all, although all these diseases have different causes and physiological effects, they all cause severe disability and lifelong inconvenience. Second, these diseases and poverty are inextricably linked and the geographic regions affected are overlapping. In areas where epidemics are concentrated, there is often a lack of safe drinking water, or lack of access to water to protect personal hygiene, poor sanitation, poor housing, and mosquitoes that spread disease.
 
In addition, because many people suffer from multiple diseases at the same time, treating these diseases as a group of diseases is important for control planning.
 
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