First Method For Testing, Assessing Drug Treatments For Chagas' Disease Identified by University of Georgia Scientists

Published: Apr 23, 2008

ScienceDaily (Apr. 22, 2008) — Chagas' disease is a tropical parasitic sickness that currently affects more than 16 million people, with a staggering 100 million at risk, largely in the tropical areas of South and Central America. And yet the main drug used to treat the disease is highly toxic and causes serious side effects.

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