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Noma

Noma is a deadly and disfiguring disease that kills 90% of people affected in the first two weeks if they don't receive treatment in time.

Médecins Sans Frontières is treating noma patients in the Sokoto Noma Hospital in Nigeria by performing surgery, providing mental health support to patients, and active-case finding in the region.

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