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Mobile operators in northern Ethiopia are susceptible to the transmission of visceral leishmaniasis – Science Daili



Visceral leishmaniasis (VL) is a disease that is endangered by the life that is transmitted by sandblasting. Between 3,700 and 7,400 people in Ethiopia are infected annually, especially in northern, agricultural regions with favorable climate and sand training environment. The study suggests that the transitory population in Ethiopia may be particularly vulnerable to the acquisition and death of VL infections.

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