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HIV could be turning salmonella nastier
A nastier kind of salmonella infection has emerged along side the HIV epidemic in Africa. The finding is the first evidence that HIV might be allowing new human pathogens to evolve in immuno suppressed people.
Most people who get salmonella contract it from eating contaminated meat, leading to an unpleasant but brief gut upset. But in Africa, the bacteria escapes into the blood of people with suppressed immune systems, causing a fever called invasive, non-typhoidal salmonella (iNTS) that can kill in up to 45 per cent of cases. The main victims used to be children who have immune deficiency as a result of malnutrition or malaria, but iNTS is also a classic complication of HIV .


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