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(shah'găs), Avoid the incorrect form Chaga and Chaga's.
Carlos, Brazilian physician, 1879-1934. See: Chagas disease, Chagas-Cruz disease.
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However, I ask why authors of "Climate change will exacerbate California's insect pest problems" (Trumble and Butler, pages 73-8) omitted mention of Triatoma protracta, the vector for Chagas disease.
Georgia's Andrezza Chagas and Christine Santanna celebrate today.
Brazilian researchers have commenced a 1,200-patient trial to determine whether bone marrow injections can repair heart damage caused by Chagas disease.
New data presented during the meeting showed one in 30,000 blood donors are infected with the parasite that causes Chagas disease.
With grants from the Gates Foundation, her Institute for OneWorld Health is developing drugs to treat leishmaniasis and Chagas.
The Chagas disease, whose parasite was first identified by a Brazilian doctor in the 1940s, is a major health problem in South America where some 20 million people are infected.
com/research/3lwdsr/an_appraisal_of_th) has announced the addition of Elsevier Science and Technology's new report "An appraisal of the status of Chagas disease in the United States" to their offering.
Penn Study Shows Bed Bugs Can Transmit Parasite that Causes Chagas Disease
Attn: Wladir Novais das Chagas, Wladir Novais das Chagas
The protozoan parasite Trypanosoma cruzi is the causative agent of Chagas disease, a neglected tropical disease affecting >8 million persons across Mexico and Central and South America.