Economic Cost For Parasite Diseases

Parasitic diseases afflict large numbers of humans, Who Estimated that no global scale, infectious and parasitic diseases were responsible for deaths. Malaria causing most deaths 1.5%. Approximately 225 million clinical cases of malaria and these resulted about 781,000 deaths. Most of these cases occurred in children younger than five years in Africa. In 2000, there were estimated to be 233 million clinical cases that resulted in approximately 985,000 deaths.

  • Consequences of parasite diseases for humans
  • Consequences of parasite diseases for domestic animals
  • Estimation for the cost of morbidity due to disease
  • Economic consequences of parasitic diseases for wildlife

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