Chagas Disease in the Americas: An Analysis of the Current Situation and Strategic Review of the Regional Agenda. Final Report, 14–16 March 2023, Medellín (Colombia)
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This final meeting report compiles the conclusions, recommendations and actions proposed for the next two years by teams of experts from the Region of the Americas and validated in the meeting held between March 14 and 16, 2023 in the city of Medellin, Colombia. Representatives of governments, expert personnel, international donors, academic and research institutions, bilateral and multilateral institutions, and the private sector, among others, participated. The report updates key aspects of disease surveillance, detection, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, control and elimination. Its purpose is to provide public health personnel and institutions in the countries of the Region with tools that allow informed decisions for the control of Chagas disease.
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