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Climate Change, Population Movement Could Facilitate Spread Of Visceral Leishmaniasis

IRIN: Could climate change spread kala-azar?
“Climate change and increased population movements could see the spread of kala-azar (also known as visceral leishmaniasis or black fever) to hitherto unaffected locations, scientists warn…” (5/8).

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