International Leprosy Association -
History of Leprosy

  • International Leprosy Association -
    History of Leprosy

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    1531 FogoJan 31: first documentary evidence of leprosaria in Cape Verde in a letter from the King of Portugal, appointing 'Francisco de Aruajo, accountant ... caretaker of orphans, hospitals, chapels, monasteries and leprosaria ['gafarias'] on the islands of Cabo Verdi. A Loretti, and D Garbellini, 'Leprosy in the Cape Verde Islands', Leprosy Review (1981), 52: 337-48, p. 338. [Leprosarium] [Cape Verde]
    1959 FogoNew leprosaria opened in San Antâo and Fogo. A Loretti, and D Garbellini, 'Leprosy in the Cape Verde Islands', Leprosy Review (1981), 52: 337-48, p. 339. [Leprosarium] [Cape Verde]
    1964 FogoThe leprosaria on San Antâo and Fogo (Cape Verde) were closed. A Loretti, and D Garbellini, 'Leprosy in the Cape Verde Islands', Leprosy Review (1981), 52: 337-48, p. 339. [Leprosarium] [Cape Verde]
    1970 FogoThe leprosarium on Fogo was unofficially re-opened by missionaries. A Loretti, and D Garbellini, 'Leprosy in the Cape Verde Islands', Leprosy Review (1981), 52: 337-48, p. 339. [Leprosarium] [Cape Verde]
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