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Scientists discover role of skin in spreading leishmaniasis

05:02 EDT 5 Jul 2017 | News-Medical.net

Scientists at the University of York have discovered that parasites responsible for leishmaniasis - a globally occurring neglected tropical disease spread by sand flies - are mainly acquired from the skin rather than a person's blood.

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