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India aims to eliminate which of the following diseases by 2015: ...

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as set a aim to eliminate filariasis by the year 2015. Ref: Park’s Textbook of Preventive and Social Medicine, 19th Edition, Page 726.

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2013-07-03 00:00:39
India aims eliminate following diseases 2015: MalariaTuberculosisKala AzarFilariasis According to“The National Health Policy” declared2002 India has setaim eliminate filariasis byyear 2015 Ref: Park’s TextbookPreventive and Social Medicine 19th Edition Page 726
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