Global Eradication of Diseases

There is famous saying " A man's weakness is not achieving victories, but in taking advantage of them." This is a fact in the case for global infection control or global eradication of diseases. The most common debate among public health practitioners is how existing health technologies can be used to decrease infectious disease incidence and prevalence. Till date only one disease, smallpox, has been eradicated by vaccines, saving almost 5 million lives yearly. Regular application of personal and community hygiene, sanitation, environmental modification, vaccines and vector control have led, in many countries, to the interruption of transmission of microbes causing such diseases as cholera, yellow fever and malaria. We can hope that advancements in technology may someday hep in eradicating infectious diseases globally.

 

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