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Deadly Chagas Infection a Growing U.S. Threat

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Deadly Chagas Infection a Growing U.S. Threat

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Deadly Chagas Infection a Growing U.S. Threat

Deadly Chagas Infection a Growing U.S. Threat

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Chagas disease, a potentially fatal parasitic infection, has recently emerged in the United States, striking tens of thousands. Spread by insects, the disease has plagued Latin America for decades. Reporter Sandy Hausman traveled to Honduras to see what's being done about it.

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