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Protect your baby from Chagas disease
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    Center for Global Health (U.S.). Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria.
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    Who can get Chagas disease? -- How can someone get Chagas disease? -- What should I do if I think I might have Chagas disease? -- If I have Chagas disease, does it mean my baby is infected? -- If I have Chagas disease, should my baby be tested? -- Is there treatment for Chagas disease? -- Many people who have tested positive are leading healthy lives with the help of their health care providers.

    Chagas disease is an illness that can lead to serious heart and stomach problems, and even death.

    Most people get Chagas disease from a bug. Mothers who have Chagas disease can give it to their unborn babies.



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