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SCHISTOSOMIASIS

The Grim Reaper at work.

Young sufferers from dreaded Schistosomiasis, or Bilharzia.  On the left, a boy of 11 shows massive liver and spleen enlargement of abdominal collateral circulation.  On the right, a boy of 9 in a well advanced stage of early chronic infection.

Anemia, anorexia, paralysis, and death confront up to 600 millions in 74 countries, in the form of this age-old scourge.

Enter Endod: Phytolocca dodecandra  commonly called the African soap-berry plant.  Already revealed as a natural enemy of the aquatic, the Shistosomaisis-bearing snail, Endod is under urgent research as a potentially revolutionary counter to Shistosomaisis.

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