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Volume 10, Number 11—November 2004
THEME ISSUE
ICEID & ICWID 2004

International Conference on Women and Infectious Diseases (ICWID)

Contribution of Sex-linked Biology and Gender Roles to Disparities with Trachoma

Paul Courtright*Comments to Author  and Sheila K West†
Author affiliations: *Tumaini University, Moshi, Tanzania; †Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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Contribution of gender and sex-linked biology to the progression to blindness in trachoma.

Figure 1. Contribution of gender and sex-linked biology to the progression to blindness in trachoma.

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