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   2003| October-December  | Volume 47 | Issue 4  
    Online since September 29, 2010

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From vertical to integration for elimination : recent changes in the National Leprosy Eradication Programme in India.
HG Thakar, A Kumar
October-December 2003, 47(4):191-207
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Status of leprosy in Uttar Pradesh.
HG Thakor, RP Mall, R Tiwari, A Kumar, L Johri
October-December 2003, 47(4):208-9
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Leprosy in urban areas--a problem for elimination.
BP Mukherjee, AL Sharma
October-December 2003, 47(4):210-2
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Elimination of leprosy from India--prospects & challenges.
SK Noordeen
October-December 2003, 47(4):183-7
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Reaching the underserved : lessons learnt from leprosy.
Vijay Kumar Pannikar, D Daumerie
October-December 2003, 47(4):154-9
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Progress of leprosy elimination in South-East Asia Region.
D Lobo
October-December 2003, 47(4):160-70
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Achievements of National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP) in India.
A Kumar
October-December 2003, 47(4):171-9
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Cleaning of leprosy case registers in Chhattisgarh.
HL Ratre, AK Bansal, SS Varma, A Jha
October-December 2003, 47(4):180-2
Cleaning of register exercise was based on examination of records and not of patients. Because of this exercise, names of 5676 patients were deleted for various reasons viz. completed FDT, Defaulter, AMDT etc. The findings of the present study are more or less similar to the finding of similar other studies carried out in different countries from time to time. Updating of leprosy registers should be a routine activity. For this sensitization of health functionaries at various level must be carried out about importance of cleaning of register and for systematic effort to review the registers at least on sample basis.
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Leprosy scenario in Goa.
PK Ghodge
October-December 2003, 47(4):188-90
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A relic that disturbs.
S Chaturvedi, AL Sharma
October-December 2003, 47(4):151-3
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