Despite sounding like one of Superman’s relatives, kal-azar has continued to spread through Southern Sudan, killing over 300 people. Leishmaniasis, or kal-azar, is spread by a sand fly and spreads into the liver and spleen and the number of cases has increased six fold in one year. WHO reported that it was difficult to contain the outbreak in Africa’s largest country.

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