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Volume 11, Number 2—February 2005

Letter

Schistosoma mansoni in Family 5 Years after Safari

Valerianna Amorosa*Comments to Author , Daniel Kremens*, Martin S. Wolfe†‡, Timothy Flanigan§, Kevin M. Cahill¶#**, Kevin Judy*, Scott Kasner*, and Emily Blumberg*
Author affiliations: *University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; †George Washington University, Washington, D.C.; ‡Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., USA; §Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA; ¶Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland; #New York University, New York, New York, USA; **Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, New York, USA.

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Testing for Schistosoma mansoni infection among family members 5 years after trip to Kenya. See text for further description of testing.

Figure. Testing for Schistosoma mansoni infection among family members 5 years after trip to Kenya. See text for further description of testing.

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