The ‘new AIDS of the Americas’: Experts warn of deadly insect-borne disease
The parasitic illness called Chagas Disease has similarities to the early spread of HIV, according to a new study.
An estimated 10 million people worldwide are infected with most sufferers in Bolivia, Mexico, Columbia and Central America, as well as approximately 30,000 people in the U.S….
The disease – once largely contained to Latin America – has spread into the U.S due to increases in travel and immigration.
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