The Lancet Infectious Diseases examines the outlook for the global polio eradication. Pakistani border, and in in the remaining pockets in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in India, reducing the number of cases worldwide at 1597th The new bivalent polio. End of 2009 and is licensed in December. Starting in February, March and April 2013, several mass immunization campaigns in the four remaining countries where polio is scheduled endemic, at the start of a 3-year intensive effort to stop polio transmission worldwide at last. ‘The article deals with endemic countries coming plans and possible challenges .
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