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Lack of Anti-venom: 10,000 Nigerians Risk Death From Snakebite Annually


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BY PATIENCE IVIE IHEJIRIKA | Snakebite, which is one of the neglected public health problems, is threatening the lives of many Nigerians, especially those living in endemic areas. According to experts, snakebite is an underestimated and ignored public health problem that causes considerable illness, disabilities, death, and socioeconomic hardship to poor populations living in rural […]


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