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Louse-borne diseases

Louse-borne diseases: Introduction

Diseases that are transmitted by lice which are a blood-sucking or biting parasite. Typhus, relapsing fever and trench fever are just some of the diseases that can be spread to humans by the bite of a louse. ...more »

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