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Mobile workers in northern Ethiopia vulnerable to built-in leishmaniasis transmission – Science Daily



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Embryonic leishmaniasis (VL) is a life-threatening disease that is transmitted by bites in sand flies. There are 3,700 to 7,400 people in Ethiopia every year. Especially in northern farming areas, climate is good, environment is good and sand flies are infected. According to one study, the temporary population of Ethiopia may be particularly vulnerable to the acquisition and death of VL infection.

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