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Disease strikes Argentina's indigenous communities

Chagas disease kills an estimated 10,000 people each year. The illness, spread by insects, was once entirely confined to Latin America but has now also reached parts of north America and Europe. According to the World Health Organisation some 10 million people are currently infected worldwide -- most live in poor, rural areas. In Argentina alone, some three million people are thought to be suffering from the disease, many in the country’s indigenous communities. Duration: 02:00

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