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In this photo taken on Tuesday July 6, 2010, Dr. Rosmini Day, 62, a retired leprosy expert from Indonesia, right, examines leprosy patient Izabel Afdan, 52, center, at a health center, in Oe-sillo, 14 kilometers (9 miles) west of Oe-cusse town, East Timor. East Timor is one of just two places worldwide where leprosy is still widespread, and the country has now declared war on the age-old scourge. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
Photo by: Wong Maye-E
In this photo taken on Tuesday July 6, 2010, Dr. Rosmini Day, 62, a retired leprosy expert from Indonesia, right, examines leprosy patient Izabel Afdan, 52, center, at a health center, in Oe-sillo, 14 kilometers (9 miles) west of Oe-cusse town, East Timor. East Timor is one of just two places worldwide where leprosy is still widespread, and the country has now declared war on the age-old scourge. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)

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