Geneva: The World Health Organization has said polio is on the verge of eradication in India, but Pakistan is still struggling to counter the disease.WHO spokesperson for the polio programme, Oliver Rosenbauer, said the virus was not detected in sewage in India, though cases surge during his time of the year.His comments came after experts warned that if eradication fails now, it would be "the most expensive public health failure in history".The victory against polio owes to persistent co-ordinated vaccination drives spearheaded by local officials in affected areas, and the use of a more efficient vaccine that only targets the circulating strains.
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