Author John Trumble responds: I considered including Chagas
disease because, according to the National Institutes of Health, the United States has about 500,000 people infected with the trypanosome.
Em cerca de 10% dos casos de doenca de Chagas
ha alguma alteracao neurologica, sendo os quadros mais graves em criancas abaixo de dois anos de idade e individuos em imunossupressao pela sindrome da imunodeficiencia adquirida (AIDS) ou em tratamento para transplante de orgaos (PRATA, 1994).
tests for the early detection of diseases and personalized health management, announced it has been granted United States Patent 7,473,528 entitled "Method for the detection of Chagas
disease related gene transcripts in blood".
Having missed out on the opportunity to represent their birth nation, Christine Santanna and Andrezza Chagas
took up the invitation of the Georgian president's wife, herself a keen beach volleyball player and fan.
Preliminary research on about 60 Chagas
patients indicates that injecting their own bone marrow into the bloodstream may improve heart function and stamina.
New human and animal cases of Chagas
disease have infectious disease experts on alert in the United States, where the parasite that causes the disease is being reported in increasing numbers.
If drug-resistant TB won't scare the politicians into doing something, perhaps Chagas
Francisco das Chagas
Rodrigues de Brito, a 41-year- old bike mechanic, was given 19 years for homicide and one year and eight months for hiding the body of the 15-year-old victim.
According to Doctors Without Borders, just 13 out of 1,233 new medicines marketed by major drug companies between 1975 and 1997 were designed to treat tropical parasitic illnesses such as malaria, Chagas
disease--the leading cause of heart disease in Latin America, one which claims 50,000 people each year--and leishmaniasis, a fatal disease transmitted by sandflies.
We believe this case provides another example of masters and officers becoming a convenient scapegoat for an accident in the absence of other accessible parties and has highlighted once again the need for internationally-agreed measures to protect seafarers from unjust criminalisation", said Mr Chagas
Scientists say the DNA map could help researchers develop a new drug to fight maladies like leishmaniasis and Chagas
In chapter 12 the pig tapeworm and Chagas
disease, both of which have reached the United States with Latin American immigrants, become today's examples of yesterday's phenomenon of pathogens traveling in the blood and bowels and on the breath of the European and African immigrants, which the author earlier implied, wiped out 90 percent of the native American population.