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Madagascar: Halting pig-transmitted tapeworm

In Madagascar, backyard pig rearing is common in rural and semi-urban areas, contributing to the livelihood of households. However, like in many other countries, living in close proximity to domesticated animals raises health challenges, where viruses, bacteria and parasites flow freer between animals and humans. Infection with tapeworm occurs when humans eat raw or undercooked, infected pork.
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