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Volume 17, Number 7—July 2011

Research

Hansen Disease among Micronesian and Marshallese Persons Living in the United States

Patricia Woodall, David ScollardComments to Author , and Latha Rajan
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Tulane University, New Orleans, Lousiana, USA (P. Woodall, L. Rajan); National Hansen’s Disease Program, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA (D. Scollard)

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New patients of Marshallese or Micronesian origin with Hansen disease, compared with total new US patients with Hansen disease, 2000–2008. White bars, total US patients; black bars, total patients of Marshallese or Micronesian origin; red line, patients of Marshallese or Micronesian origin as percentage of total US patients.

Figure 1. New patients of Marshallese or Micronesian origin with Hansen disease, compared with total new US patients with Hansen disease, 2000–2008. White bars, total US patients; black bars, total patients of Marshallese or Micronesian origin; red line, patients of Marshallese or Micronesian origin as percentage of total US patients.

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