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199 Index Page numbers in italics refer to figures and tables. aboriginal populations in Australia and Canada, 113–16, 144, 168 Abramsky, Sasha, The American Way of Poverty, 124 Addis Ababa Action Agenda, 157 Africa: conflict and postconflict countries of, 74–75; economic growth in, 73–74; immigrants from in EU, 118; MDGs and, 6–8, 32; NTDs and, 33, 74, 75; treatment in, 73. See also Nigeria; South Africa African trypanosomiasis, 17 Aksoy, Serap, xi Alberts, Bruce, 160 Alkhurma hemorrhagic fever, 97 AmBisome (liposomal amphotericin B), 67–68 American Way of Poverty, The (Abramsky), 124 antivaccine lobby, 9–10 Appalachia, 125, 126, 127 arboviral infections, 133–34 Argentina, 101, 102–4, 144, 167 ascariasis: in China, 50–51; in Japan, 56; MDA and, 29; overview of, 16, 18; prevalence of, 17; simultaneous infections, 21; in South Korea, 58; in US, 132 Australia, aboriginal populations in, 113–15, 144, 168 autism and vaccines, 10 Balkan nations, 116–17 Bausch, Dan, 92 Baylor College of Medicine, 1 Bern, Caryn, 132 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, 7, 65, 78, 136, 146 Blair, Tony, 7 “blue marble,” 37 blue marble health: concepts of global health and, 36–37; as convergence of three trends, 45, 45–46; definition of, 5; HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria, and, 42, 43; NCDs and, 43–46; overview of, 14, 170. See also Group of 20 (G20) nations; neglected tropical diseases border region of US, 125, 126 “bottom billion,” 6, 21, 122 Brazil: MDA in, 142, 143; NTDs in, 104–8, 106; overview of, 101; poverty in, 105; recommendations for, 167; Rio de Janeiro, 99. See also BRICS nations BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) nations, 10, 45. See also specific nations British Department for International Development (DFID), 7, 73, 78 Hotez.indb 199 6/22/16 11:03 AM 200 Index Buruli ulcer, 17, 115 Bush, George W., 10 Canada, aboriginal populations in, 113–14, 115–16, 168 cancer and NTDs, 22 Carlos Slim Foundation, 111, 139 Carter Center, 78 Chagas disease: in Argentina, 102–3; in G20 countries, 39; medicines for, 139; in Mexico , 109–10, 110; obstetricians and, 136; overview of, 20–21, 30; poverty and, 101; prevalence of, 17; in US, 127, 129, 131, 132 Cher Charitable Foundation, ix chikungunya virus, 133–34 child mortality, MDG goal 4 and, 7, 7, 8–10, 9 China: MDA in, 143, 143, 155; NCDs in, 52; NTDs in, 50–51; poverty in, 48–50, 49; R&D in, 146; recommendations for, 164– 65; vector-borne neglected diseases in, 51–52. See also BRICS nations Christianity, global, and NTDs, 151–52, 152 climate change, infections and, 116 conflicts: NTDs and, 92–93, 94, 94–96, 95, 96; virus infections and, 96–97 Correa, Dolores, 109 Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, 97 crusted scabies, 114 Cruz-Reyes, Alejandro, 109 cutaneous leishmaniasis, 94, 94–96, 95, 109, 120 cystic echinococcosis, 17 cysticercosis, 17, 109, 127, 131, 132 Daar, Abdallah, 22 DDT (dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane), 68 dengue: in Brazil, 107; in China, 52; in EU, 117; in G20 countries, 39, 41; Hajj and, 86–87; in India, 69–70; in Indonesia, 54–55; in MENA region, 90, 97; in Mexico , 111; overview of, 19, 30; prevalence of, 17; in US, 127, 134, 136 dengue hemorrhagic fever, 107 Developing Country Vaccine Manufacturers Network, 151, 169 diabetes, 12, 44–46, 70, 87 dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT), 68 disability-adjusted life year (DALY), 8, 11–12 disability component of global burden of disease, 8, 22–23 “Disease Next Door, The” (Hotez), 36 Downs, Jennifer, 81 dracunculiasis, 17 Dragsbaek, Anna, 136–37 Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative, 139 Dumonteil, Eric, 111 East Asia. See China; Indonesia; Japan; South Korea Eastern Europe, 116, 117 Ebola virus infection, 74–75, 75, 92–93, 135 echinococcosis, 17, 115 economic development and NTDs, 57 Edin, K., 124 Egypt, 88, 90 “END 7” operation in India, 65–66 Engels, Dirk, xii ethnogeography of poverty in US, 124–25, 126, 127 European Environmental and Epidemiology (E3) Network, 118 European Union (EU): NTDs in, 116–19, 119; poverty in, 117; R&D in, 147, 149; recommendations for, 168 faith-based groups, 151–52, 152 Feigin, Ralph, 3 female genital schistosomiasis (FGS), 80–82 Fenwick, Alan, 26, 82 Flisser, Ana, 109 Flowers, Catherine, 132 foodborne trematodiases, 17, 19, 51, 58 Forgotten People, Forgotten Diseases (Hotez), 16, 25 Franco-Paredes, Carlos, 65 Fujiwara, Ricardo, 105 Galvani, Alison, 81–82 Gandhi, Mohandas, 62, 65 Garcia, Melissa Nolan, 132, 134 Gates, Bill, 12. See also Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Hotez.indb 200 6/22/16 11:03 AM Index...

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