Cryptosporidium is an intestinal protozoan parasite that can cause diarrheal disease in young children. The economic burden of cryptosporidiosis has been poorly characterized. This study aimed to describe the economic impact of cryptosporidiosis on families and communities in low-resource settings, and identify data gaps to inform objectives for future analyses.
Author(s): Choy R, Rafferty E, Schurer J, Arndt M, de Hostos E, Shoulz D, Farag M
Corporate author(s): PATH, University of Saskatchewan, University of Washington
Publication date: November 2017
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