Flesh Eating Disease Spreads Through Migrant Camps Sparking Fears It Could Spread To The US
The parasitic disease called Cutaneous leishmaniasis is caused by bites from tiny infected sand flies which thriving in the squalid conditions left in the wake of Islamic State terror and conflict.
Thousands of cases have now been reported. Previous, it was contained in Syria but has spread to Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan after more than four million Syrians fled there.
With the same migrants now heading on to Europe in their millions, it could be just a matter of times before it reaches the West.