Risk factors in the spread of leishmaniases : towards integrated monitoring?
Faculty of Pharmaceutical, Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences . Biomedical Sciences
Trends in parasitology. - London
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Environmental changes, immune status and treatment failure constitute the three major risk factors for the (re-)emergence and spread of leishmaniases. Except for LeishmaniaHIV co-infection, these risk factors are not systematically monitored and their interaction is poorly studied and understood. Recently, the multidisciplinary network Leish-Med was launched to document this issue around the Mediterranean and to promote transborder control strategies.