Eradication may also refer to:
- Genocide, the deliberate, systematic destruction of an ethnic, religious or national group of people
- Eradication of infectious diseases, the reduction of the global prevalence of an infectious disease in its human or animal host(s) to zero
- Intentional local extinction, or extirpation, of an introduced species
- Intentional extermination of a population of insects or vermin as part of pest control
- A song on the album The Price of Existence performed by the death metal band All Shall Perish
- "Eradicate the Doubt", a song by Biffy Clyro
Other articles related to "eradication":
... This was a turning and a decisive point in the eradication of the blat policy ... competitive run during the 2005-2006 European of Romanian teams was a normal consequence of eradication of blaturi due to a strong and long anti-blat campaign ...
... caused by international counter-narcotics eradication policies in Afghanistan ... Since the US-led international intervention in 2001 to depose the Taliban, eradication programmes have been carried out by the Afghan government and their international backers, but since 2003, opium ... Equally, eradication and displacement has led to poverty among rural populations, as 2.9 million Afghans are involved in poppy cultivation ...
... pylori eradication protocol is a treatment protocol, which ensures at least 80% H ... pylori eradication rate, is not longer than 14 days (preferably 7 or 10 days) and is not too toxic (side effects should occur in not more than 10–15% patients ... During last decades, several new eradication protocols have been developed ...
... Overall, however, the progress towards eradication was disappointing, especially in Africa and in the Indian subcontinent ... In 1966 an international team, the Smallpox Eradication Unit, was formed under the leadership of an American, Donald Henderson ... World Health Organization intensified the global smallpox eradication by contributing $2.4 million annually to the effort, and adopted the new disease surveillance ...
Famous quotes containing the word eradication:
“As to a thorough eradication of prostitution, nothing can accomplish that save a complete transvaluation of all accepted valuesespecially the moral onescoupled with the abolition of industrial slavery.”
—Emma Goldman (18691940)