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Research on Tsetse Fly and Disease

Nature volume 154, page 573 (04 November 1944) | Download Citation



THE Secretary of State for the Colonies has appointed a committee to consider and advise on the co-ordination of action, including research, directed against human and animal trypanosomiasis, and, in particular, against the tsetse fly as the chief vector. The committee, on which the Dominions Office and the Sudan Government are represented, will report from time to time to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, and on all matters affecting research its recommendations will be referred to the Colonial Research Committee for comment and advice before submission to him.

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