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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about sixty thousand people in Africa each year. Now scientists in Scotland say they may have found a new treatment. Their finding are in the journal Science.

Sleeping sickness is spread by the beat of the sexy fly. The insect can carry a parasite that infects the central nervous system. First, the infection causes fever, headache, skin and weakness. Then when the parasite enters the brain, it causes more serious problems. People suffer  and thinking problems and they sleep for extended periods. If the disease is not treated, it almost always kill the victim.

Paul White at Drug Discovery for Tropical Diseases Program at the University of Dande led the study. He says the research identify the weakness in the parasite. The weakness is an enzyme called M Transferase or NMT. The parasite needs NMT to survive. The researchers developed a mixture of chemicals that interfered with the performance of the insect. They try it in test tubes containing the parasites. As a result the parasites stopped reproducing.

The scientists also tested the treatment on laboratory mass with sleeping sickness. They give them the chemical compound by mouse and say they infection disappeared. Now, Paul White says a drug based on the research could be ready for testing in humans within eighteen months. currently, medicine for sleeping sickness requires a serious of injections that are costly and painful. Hospital stays are also needed and the side effects of the treatment can be serious. Sometimes even causing death.

F is a specialist in neglected tropical diseases with the international group, Doctors without Borders. He says a less costly easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness is badly needed.

In areas where a sleeping sickness still the very providence  remove areas of some central Africa countries which are by the way establish the areas. It could be also crucial to have simple treatment and obiously over treatment would be best.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Caty Weaver. Transcripts and mp3s about our reports are at voa special English.com. You can also find us Twitter and Youtube. And you can join the community at the new VOA Learning English Fun Page on Facebook. We are at VOA Learning English. I'm Steve Ember
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It's the voa special english health report.

sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about 60,000 people in africa each year.now scientists in scotland say they may have found the new treatment,their findings are in the journal "science".sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the * fly,the insects can carry a parasite that infects the central nervous system.first,the infection causes *,headach,* skin, and weakness,then when the parasite enters the brains,it causes more serous problems,people suffer scissure and thinking problems and they sleep for extended period,if the disease is not treated,it almost always kills the victim.

P.W. at the drugs dicovery for tropical diseases program at the university of D led the study.he says,the research identified the weakness in a parasite,the weakness is an * called in-myristoyl-transfer-rates,or mmt,the parasite leads mmt to survive,the researchers developed a mixture of chemical that interfered with the performance of the *,they tried it in test tube containing the parasites,as the result,the parasites stopped reproducing,the scientists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness,they give them the chemical compound by mouth,and say the infection disappeared.

now P.D. says a drug they * the research could be ready for testing in human within 18 months,currently medicine for sleeping sickness requires a serious of injection that costly and painful.hospital stays are also needed,and the side-effects of the treatment can be serious,sometimes even causing deaths.

F. is the specialist in neglected tropical diseases with the international group "doctors without borders",he says a less costly,easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness,badly needed.

"in areas where ******** very *,******** areas of some central african countries,******* by the way ***** stable areas,******** crucial to have simpler treatment at oral treatment would be the best."

and that's voa special english health report.written by K.W.,transcripts and mp3s about our report are at voaspecialenglish.com,you can also find us on twitter and youtube,and you can joining the community at the new voa learning english fan page on facebook,we are at VOA Learning English,i'm Steve Amber.
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This is VOA special English Health Report.  Sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about 60,000 people in Africa each year. Now, Scientists in Scotland say they may have found a new treatment.  Their findings are in the Journal << science>>.

Sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the secy fly. The insects can carry out a parasite that infects the central nerves system.  First, the infection causes favor, headache, HE skin and weakness. Then when the parasites enter the brain, it causes more serious problems. People suffer seizures and thinking problems, and they sleep for extended periods.  If the disease is not treated, it almost always kills the victim.

Paul White at Drug Discovery for Tropical Diseases Program at the University of Dundee led the study. He says the research identify the weakness in the parasite. The weakness is an enzyme called N mirror style transference, or NMT.   The parasite needs NMT to survive. The researches develop the mystery of chemical that interfere with the performance of the enzyme. They tried in test tubes containing the parasites.  As a result, the paradises stop reproducing. The scientists also test the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness. They gave them the chemical compound by mouse and see the infection disappeared. Now, Paul White said the drug based on the research could be ready for testing in humans within 18 months. Currently, medicine for sleeping sickness requires a serious of injections that are costly and painful. Hospitals say they also needed, and beside the effects of the treatment can be serious, sometimes, even causing death.

F is a specialist in neglected tropical disease with the international group Doctors without Borders. He says a less costly easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness is badly needed.
“In areas where the sleeping sickness is still very prevalence, such as remote areas of some central African countries which are, by the way, the young state areas, it will also crucial to have simpler treatment and obviously oral treatment would be best.”

And that’s the VOA special English Health Report written by Kitty Waver. Transcripts and mp3s about our reports are at voaspecialenglish.com. You can also find us on Twitter and Youtube. And you can join the community at the new VOA Learning English Fun Page on Facebook. We are at VOA Learning English. I'm Steve Amber.
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[Homework]SENEWS-2010-04-07

It's the voa special english health report.

sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about 60,000 people in africa each year.now scientists in scotland say they may have found the new treatment,their findings are in the journal "science".sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the * fly,the insects can carry a parasite that infects the central nervous system.first,the infection causes *,headach,* skin, and weakness,then when the parasite enters the brains,it causes more serous problems,people suffer scissure and thinking problems and they sleep for extended period,if the disease is not treated,it almost always kills the victim.

P.W. at the drugs dicovery for tropical diseases program at the university of D led the study.he says,the research identified the weakness in a parasite,the weakness is an * called in-myristoyl-transfer-rates,or mmt,the parasite leads mmt to survive,the researchers developed a mixture of chemical that interfered with the performance of the *,they tried it in test tube containing the parasites,as the result,the parasites stopped reproducing,the scientists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness,they give them the chemical compound by mouth,and say the infection disappeared.

now P.D. says a drug they * the research could be ready for testing in human within 18 months,currently medicine for sleeping sickness requires a serious of injection that costly and painful.hospital stays are also needed,and the side-effects of the treatment can be serious,sometimes even causing deaths.

F. is the specialist in neglected tropical diseases with the international group "doctors without borders",he says a less costly,easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness,badly needed.

"in areas where ******** very *,******** areas of some central african countries,******* by the way ***** stable areas,******** crucial to have simpler treatment at oral treatment would be the best."

and that's voa special english health report.written by K.W.,transcripts and mp3s about our report are at voaspecialenglish.com,you can also find us on twitter and youtube,and you can joining the community at the new voa learning english fan page on facebook,we are at VOA Learning English,i'm Steve Amber.
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It's the voa special english health report.
sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about 60,000 people in africa each year.now scientists in scotland say they may have found the new treatment,their findings are in the journal "science".sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the * fly,the insects can carry a parasite that infects the central nervous system.first,the infection causes *,headach,* skin, and weakness,then when the parasite enters the brains,it causes more serous problems,people suffer scissure and thinking problems and they sleep for extended period,if the disease is not treated,it almost always kills the victim.
P.W. at the drugs dicovery for tropical diseases program at the university of D led the study.he says,the research identified the weakness in a parasite,the weakness is an * called in-myristoyl-transfer-rates,or mmt,the parasite leads mmt to survive,the researchers developed a mixture of chemical that interfered with the performance of the *,they tried it in test tube containing the parasites,as the result,the parasites stopped reproducing,the scientists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness,they give them the chemical compound by mouth,and say the infection disappeared.
now P.D. says a drug they * the research could be ready for testing in human within 18 months,currently medicine for sleeping sickness requires a serious of injection that costly and painful.hospital stays are also needed,and the side-effects of the treatment can be serious,sometimes even causing deaths.
F. is the specialist in neglected tropical diseases with the international group "doctors without borders",he says a less costly,easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness,badly needed.
"in areas where ******** very *,******** areas of some central african countries,******* by the way ***** stable areas,******** crucial to have simpler treatment at oral treatment would be the best."
and that's voa special english health report.written by K.W.,transcripts and mp3s about our report are at voaspecialenglish.com,you can also find us on twitter and youtube,and you can joining the community at the new voa learning english fan page on facebook,we are at VOA Learning English,i'm Steve Amber.

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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about sixty thousand people in Africa each year. Now scientists in Scotland say they may have found a new treatment. Their findings are in the Journal Science.

Sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the tsetse fly. The insect can carry a parasite that infects the central nerve system. First the infection causes fever, headache, itchy skin and weakness. Then when the parasite enters the brain it causes more serious problems. People suffer seizures and thinking problems. And they sleep for extended periods. If the disease is not treated, it almost always kills the victim.

Paul Wild at the drug discovery for tropical diseases program at the University of Dante led the study. He says the research identified the weakness in the parasite. The weakness is an enzyme called N mirror-style Transferase or NMT. The parasite needs NMT to survive.

The researchers developed the mixture of chemicals that interfered with the performance of the enzyme. They try it in test tubes containing the parasites. As a result, the parasites stopped reproducing.  

The scientists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness. They give them the chemical compound by mouth and say the infection disappeared. Now Paul Wild says the drug based on the research could be ready for testing in humans within eighteen months.

Currently medicine for sleeping sickness requires a serious of injections that are costly and painful. Hospital stays are also needed. And the side effects of the treatment can be serious, sometims even causing death.

Foswashutley is a specialist in neglected tropical disease with the international group, Doctors Without Borders. He says a less costly, easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness is badly needed.  
In areas where the sleeping sickness is still the very prevalence, such as remote areas of some central African countries which are, by the way, the unstable areas. It would be also crucial to have simpler treatment and obviously oral treatment would be the best.

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This is VOA Special English Health Report.Sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that effects about sixty thousand people in Africa each year.Now scientists in Scotland say they may have found a new treatment.Their findings are in the Journal Science.Sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the tsetse fly.The insect can carry a parasite that infects the central nervous system.First the infection causes fever,headache,itchy skin and weakness.Then,when a parasite enters the brain,it causes more serious problems.People suffer seizures and thinking problems,and they sleep for extended periods.If the disease is not treated,it almost always kills the victim.* at the Drug Discovery for Tropical Disease program at the University of Dundee led the study.He says the research identified a weakness in the parasite.The weakness is an enzyme called N-myristoyl transferase,or NMT.The parasite needs an NMT to survive.The researchers developed a mixture of chemicals that interfered with the performance of the enzyme.They tried it in test tubes containing the parasites.As a result,the parasitse stopped reproducing.The scientists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness.They give them the chemical compound by mouse and say the infection disappeared.Now,* says a drug based on the research could be ready for testing in humans within eighteen months.Currently,medicine for sleeping sickness requires a series of injections that are costly and painful.Hospital stays are also needed.And the side effects of the treatment can be serious,sometimes even causing death.* is a specialist in neglected tropical diseases with the international group Doctor Without Borders.He says a less costly,easy-to-use medicine for sleeping sickness is badly needed.In areas where the sleeping sickness is still very prevalent,such as remote areas of some African countries,which are by the way very unstabled areas,it will be crucial to have simpler treatment and obviously oral treatment would be the best. And that's the VOA special English Health Report written by *.Transcript and MP3s of our reports are at VOA special English.com.You can also find this on Twitter and Youtube.And you can join the community at the new VOA Learning English fan page on facebook.We're at VOA Learning English.I'm Steve Ember.
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This is the Voa Special English health report. Sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about 80,000 people in Africa each year. Now sciencists in Scotland say that they may have found a new treatment. The findings are in the journal Science. Sleeping sickness is spread by the beat of fly. The insect can carry a parasite that infects the central nervous system. First the infection causes fever, headache, xxx and weakness. Then when the xxx bring, it causes more serious problems. People suffer xxx and thinking problems, and they sleep for extended periods. If the disease is not treated, it almost always kills the victim. P at drug discovery for trapical diseases programm at the universtity of xxx lead the study. He says the research identified the weakness in the xxx. The weakness is an xxx called xxx or NMT. The parriside need NMT to survive. The researchers developed them mixture of chemicals that interfill with the performance of the xxx. They tried it in xxx containing the parrisides. As the result, the xxx stopped reproducing. The sciectists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness. They gave them the chemical compound by mouse and say the infection disappeared. Now P says the drug based on the research could be ready for testing in humans within 18 months. Currently, medicine for sleeping sickness requires a series of injections that are costly and painful. Hospital stays are also needed and the side effects of the treatments can be serious, sometimes even causing death. F is a specialist in the tropicall diseases with a international group doctors without boaders. He says a less costly, easy to use medicine for a sleeping sickness is badly needed: in areas where the sleeping sickness is very  we moved to areas some central African contries which are bad way young stable areas crucial to have simple treatment  and xxx. And that is the Voa Special English health report written by Kity. Transcraped and at Voa special English.com. You can also find this on tuitor and u2. And you can join the community at the new voa learning English find page on facebook. We are at Voa learning English. I'm Steven Member.








                                                   
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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about 60 thousand people in Africa each year. Now scientists in Scotland say they may have found a new treatment. Their findings are in the journal, "Science".

Sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the C*** fly. The insect can carry a parasite that infects the central nervous system. First, the infection causes fever, headache, itchy skin and weakness. Then, when the parasite enters the brain, it causes more serious problems. People suffer seizures and thinking problems. And they sleep for extended periods. If the disease is not treated, it almost always kills the victim.

Paul Wild, at the Drug Discovery for Tropical Diseases Program at the University of D**, led the study. He says the research identified a weakness in the parasite. The weakness is an enzyme called N Mi*** Transferees or NMT. The parasite needs the NMT to survive. The researchers developed a mixture of chemicals that interfered with the performance of the enzyme. They tried in test tubes containing the parasites. As a result, the parasites stopped reproducing.

The scientists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness. They gave them the chemical compound by mouth and say the infection disappeared. Now Paul Wild says a drug based on the research could be ready for testing in humans within 18 months.

Currently, medicine for sleeping sickness requires a series of injections that are costly and painful. Hospital stays are also need it. And the side effects of the treatment can be serious, sometimes even causing death.

F* S* is a specialist in neglected tropical diseases with the international group Doctors Without Borders. He says a less costly, easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness is badly needed. "In areas where the sleeping sickness is still very prevalent such as remote areas of some central African countries which are, by the way, the young stable areas. It would be also crucial to have simpler treatment and obvious oral treatment would be the best."

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Catty Weaver. Transcripts and mp3s about our reports are at voaspecialenglish.com. You can also find these on twitter or youtube. And you can join the community at the new VOA learning English fan page on facebook. We are at VOA learning English. I'm Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about sixty thousand people in Africa each year. Now scientists in Scotland say they may have found a new treatment. Their findings are in the journal Science.

Sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the tsetse fly. The insect can carry a parasite that infects the central nerve system. First, the infection causes fever, headache, itchy skin and weakness. Then, when the parasite enters the brain, it causes more serious problems. People suffer seizures and thinking problems and they sleep for extended periods. If the disease is not treated, it almost always kills the victim.

Paul Wyatt, at the Drug Discovery for Tropical Diseases Program at the University of Dundee, led the study. He says the research identified a weakness in the parasite. The weakness is an enzyme called  called N-myristoyl transferase, or NMT. The parasite needs NMT to survive. The researchers developed a mixture of chemicals that interfere with the performance of the enzyme. They tried it in test tubes containing the parasites. As a result, the parasite stopped reproducing.

The scientists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness. The give them the chemical compound by mouse and say the infection disappeared. Now, Paul Wyatt says a drug based on the research could be ready for testing in humans within eighteen months.

Currently, medicine for sleeping sickness requires a series of injections that are costly and painful. Hospital stays are also needed. And the side effects of the treatment can be serious, sometimes even causing deaths.

Francois Chappuis is a specialist in neglected tropical diseases with the international group Doctors Without Borders. He says a less costly, easy-to-use medicine for sleeping sickness is badly needed.

In areas where the sleeping sickness is still very prevalent such as remote areas of some central African countries which are by the way very unstable areas. It will be also crucial to have simpler treatment and obviously oral treatment would be the best.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Caty Weaver. Transcripts and mp3s of our reports are at voaspecialenglish.com. You can also find these on Twitter and YouTube. And you can join the community at the new VOA Learning English fan page on facebook. We are at VOA Learning English. I'm Steve Ember.





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This is the VOA Special English Health Report .

Sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about sixty thousand people in Africa each year. Now, scientists in Scotland say they may have found a new treatment. Their findings are in the journal Science.

Sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the tsetse fly. The insect can carry a parasite that infects the central nervous system. First, the infection causes fever, headache, itchy skin and weakness. Then, when the parasite enters the brain, it causes more serious problems. People suffer seizures and thinking problems, and they sleep for extended periods.If the disease is not treated, it almost always kills the victim.

Paul Wyatt at the Drug Discovery for Tropical Diseases program at the University of Dundee led the study. He says the research identified a weakness in the parasite. The weakness is an enzyme called N-myristoyl transferase, or NMT. The parasite needs NMT to survive.

The researchers developed a mixture of chemicals that interfered with the performance of enzyme. They tried in test tubes containing the parasites. As a result, the parasites stopped the reproducing.

The scientists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness. They gave them the chemical compound by mouse and say the infection disappeared.

Now, Paul Wyatt says a drug based on the reseach could be ready for testing in humans within eighteen months. Currently, medicine for sleeping sickness requires a series of injections that costly and painful. Hospital stays are also needed. And the side effects of the treatment can be serious. Sometimes even causing death.

Francis is a specialist in neglected tropical diseases with the international group Doctors Without Borders. He says a less costly easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness is badly needed.

Francis: In areas where the sleeping sickness is still very prevent. Such as remote areas of some central African countries, which are by the ways very unstable areas. It will be so crucial to have simpler treatment and obviously oral treatment would be the best.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Caty Weaver. Transcripts and MP3s about our reports are at voaspecialenglish.com. You can also find us on Twitter and Toutube and you can join the community at the new voalearningenglish fan page on facebook. We are at voalearningenglish. I'm Steve Ember.

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this is the voa special english health report ,sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that affects  about 30 000 people in africa each year ,now ,scientists in ,,say they may have found  a new treatment ,their findings are in the journal science ,sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the tsetse fly  the insect can carry a parasite that infects the central nerve system.first ,the infection causes fever headache itchy skin and weakness.then ,when the parasite enters into brain ,it causes more serious problems ,people suffer seizures and thinking problems ,and they sleep for extended periods ,if the disease is not treated ,it almost always killes the victim.,..at the drug discovey for tropical diseases programme at the   university of ,led the study,he says the researcher identified  a weakness in the parasite ,the weakness in the enzyme is called in mirror transferees and nmt to survive ,the researchers developed a mixture of chemicals that interfere with the performance of the enzyme ,they tried it in test tubes containing the parasite ,as a result the parasites stop reproducing,the scienttists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice  with sleeping sickness ,they give them the chemical compound by mice and say the infection disappeared ,now ,,,says the drug based on the research could be ready testing  in humans within 18 months currently medicine for sleeping sicknesss requires a series of injections that are costly and painful ,hospitals stays are also needed ,and the side effects of the treatment can be serious ,sometimes even causing deaths....is a specialist in the neglected tropical diseases with the international group doctors without border  he says a less costly easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness is badly needed in areas where the sleeping sickness is very provident ,such as remote  areas of some central african countries which ,by the way ,it will be also crucial to have simpler treatment and of the oral treatment is the best
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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.
Sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infects about 60,000 people in Africa each year. Now scientists in Scotland say they may have found a new treatment. Their findings are in the Journal Science. Sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the saxy fly. The insect can carry a parasite that infects the central nervous system. First the infection causes fever, headache, itchy skin and weakness. Then when the parasite enters the brain, it causes more serious problems. People suffer seisures and thinking problems. And they sleep for extended periods. If the disease is not treated, it almost always kills the victim.
Paul Wyat at the drug discovery for tropical diseases program at the University of Dundi led the study. He said the research identified the weakness in the parasite. The weakness is an enzyme called m-miristoril transferace, MMT. The parasite needs MMT to survive. The researchers develop a mix of chemicals that interfere with the performance of the enzyme. They tried it in test tubes containing the parasites. As a result, the parasites stop reproducing. The scientists also tested the treatment on laboratory mice with sleeping sickness. They give them the chemical compound by mouth and say the infection disappear.
Now Paul Wyat says a drug based on the research could be ready for testing in humans within 18 months. Currently medicine for sleeping sickness requires a series of injections that are costly and painful. Hospital stays are also needed. And the side effects of the treatment can be serious, sometimes even causing death.
Frostwa Shockly is a specialist in neglected tropical diseases with the international group doctors without boarders. He says a less costly, easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness is badly needed.
In areas where the sleeping sickness is very pravalance. countries which are by the way xx areas.
And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Caty Weaver. Transcripts and MP3s of our reports are at voaspecialenglish.com. You can also find this on Twitter and Youtube. And you can join the community at the new VOA learning English fan page on Facebook. We're at VOA learning English. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA special English Health Report.Sleeping sickness is a deadly disease that infect about 60000 people in Africa each year. Now, scientists in Scotland say they may have found a new treatment. Their findings are in the journal Science. Sleeping sickness is spread by the bite of the sexy fly.The insect can carry a paraside that infects the central nervy system. First, the infection causes fever, headache,? skin, and the weakness.Then, when the paraside enters the brain, it causes more serious problems. People suffer ? and thinking problems,and they sleep for extanded periods. If the disease is not treated, it almost always kills the victim. Poul Well at the drug discovery for tropical diseases program at the university of ? led the study.He says the research identified the weakness in the paraside. The weakness is an insane called ? transferace or MMT.The paraside needs an MMT to survive.Researchers developed the ? of chemicals that interfierce with the performance of the insane.They tried in tested tubes containing the parasides.As a resault, the parasides stoped reproducing.The scientists also test the treatment on libratary mice with sleeping sickness. They give them the chemical compound by mouth and say the infection disappeared.Now, Poul Well says a drug they ? on the research could be ready for testing in humans with an 18 months. Currently, medicine for sleeping sickness requires a series of an injections that a costly and painful. Hospitals stays are also needed, and the set of fects of the treatment can be serious sometimes even causeing death. F is a specialist in illegted tropical disease with the international group doctor without motors.He says a less costly easy to use medicine for sleeping sickness is badly needed. In areas where the sleeping sickness is still very prevellous such as remote areas of some cetral African country which are by the way very young stabilarious. It will be so crueal to have simply treatment and opetratement would be the best.
  And that`s the VOA special English Health Report , written by KW , transcripts and mp3s about the report are at voaspecialenglish.com. You can also find this on twitter and youtube, and you can join the community at the new voa learning english fun page on facebook, we are at voa learning english , i`m SE.

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Unit 10 Insurance

A:But the risk of breakage is covered by marine insurance, isn't it?
B:Certainly. But it is the usual practice to make percific(specific) menthion(mention) means(in the) insurance policy or certificate the risk (of) breakage was included. the inclusion of the special risk would be sujected to (an) orditional(addictional) premume(premium), it(that) would be normally higher than the basic of(for the) insurance(ordinary) marine risks. the rate for such risk would very (vary) according on the kind of commernity(commodity) or as seramic(ceramics) according to the fercerlity(fragility) of the goods. I think you must know all about that.
A:Well, I have heard something about it but I can't say (that) it (is) very clearly to me. I must admit I am lack(a layman) as far as insurance (is) concert(concerned).
B:Let me explain the insurance, Mrs. wang, would you care for a cup of tea or some coffee?
A:Thank you, a cup of tea would be nice. and now let me hear more the problem of insurance.


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