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The parasite disease is a big public health problem in South Africa. Here is a list of five things everyone should know about Bilharzia.read more
From 27th to 29th of January an International Workshop on Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) was held in Johannesburg, South Africa.read more
Bilharzia remains undiagnosed by the vast majority of medical practitioners in South Africa. Researchers are concerned about the situation and are compiling a booklet to assist doctors to recognise female Bilharzia and effectively treat this common disease.read more
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