Clinical Trials on Human African Trypanosomiasis

Humanitarian & Disaster Medicine, One Health
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HAT or sleeping sickness is a neglected tropical disease, an endemo-epidemic disease specific to intertropical Africa, caused in the DRC by a flagellated parasite called Trypanosoma brucei gambiense transmitted to humans from an infected individual to a healthy individual by bite of the tsetse fly.

Wilfried talks through the early stages of this disease, symptoms and the treatment being carried out by the team at DNDi.

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Length: 44m

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