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'Leprosy Archives - Preserve Them!' online booklet
 
Bios, abstracts, publications and contact details of academics in the field of leprosy  
Images from leprosy history and the present day
 
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Images From Leprosy History - Leprosaria

 

Bangladesh
Brazil

British Guiana
Burma (Myanmar)
Cambodia
Canada
China

Congo
Crete
Fiji
Guinea
Hong Kong
India
Israel
Japan
Korea
Malaysia
Mozambique
Nigeria

Papua New Guinea
Portugal
Sudan
Surinam
Taiwan
Uganda

Uzbekistan

 

Uganda

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Patients of Kumi Leprosy Hospital, June 1994

Patients of Kumi Leprosy Hospital - outside for meal time. Visit of Dr Russell Conway. June 1994
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Kumi Leprosy Centre

Kumi Leprosy Centre - signpost shows members of Centre
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* Reproduced by kind permission of TLM International
 


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