Chagas disease 101

@article{Clayton2010ChagasD1,
  title={Chagas disease 101},
  author={J. Clayton},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2010},
  volume={465},
  pages={S4-S5}
}
It is 101 years since Carlos Chagas discovered the parasite responsible for the disease that now bears his name. What progress has been made since this discovery? Here Julie Clayton gives the low-down on Chagas disease. 
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