Lymphatic Filariasis in Egypt

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Lymphatic Filariasis in Egypt
Egypt is an African country located in the Northern part of Africa on the Nile River. The history of Egypt is rich and includes the ancient civilization responsible for the construction of the pyramids. The economy of Egypt is associated with the river Nile. Agriculture contributes to 13.5% of the gross domestic product of Egypt, services contribute 48.6% and the industries contribute 37.9% (Central Intelligence Agency, 2011). Egypt is one of the most populated countries in Africa with an estimated population of 80,471,869 based on estimates 2010 (Central Intelligence Agency, 2011). Egypt is considered a Muslim nation with Muslims comprising 90% of the people and Christians being a negligible minority of about...
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