A boy with multiple Guinea worms sits outside a containment center in northern Ghana, February 2007.
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January 19, 2013 After a decades-long campaign, Guinea worm remains in only four countries, and eradication is in sight. But health workers say that recent violence in Mali is hindering efforts to stamp out the last few cases there.
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