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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_leprosy

The history of leprosy was traced by geneticists in 2005 through its origins and worldwide ... These three anti-leprosy drugs are still used in the standard MDT regimens. .... After 6 years and 584 injections, the patient was declared cured. ... Numerous leprosaria, or leper hospitals, were founded in the Middle Ages; Matthew ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leprosy

Leprosy, also known as Hansen's disease (HD), is a long-term infection by the bacterium ... Leprosy occurs more commonly among those living in poverty. ... In the past 20 years, 16 million people worldwide have been cured of leprosy. ..... It is believed that a rise in leprosy in Europe occurred in the Middle Ages based on  ...

www.wondersandmarvels.com/2011/12/how-to-cure-leprosy-according-to-a-medieval-physician.html

Dec 27, 2011 ... How to Cure Leprosy According to a Medieval Physician ... justifies the existence of surprisingly extreme proposed treatments and cures during that time. ... In today's Western culture, leprosy exists more commonly as a literary ...

www.funtrivia.com/playquiz/quiz99616b69c08.html

NEXT>. 3. In Medieval times, what was commonly used as a cure for leprosy? a pumpkin. a spider. a broom bristle. an apple ...

www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=mti3mje3mq6gvg

In Medieval times, what Halloween symbol was commonly used as a cure for Leprosy? A. Pumpkin. B. Broom Stick. C. Bat. D. Spider. 10. Bobbing for apples ...

elizabethashworth.com/2010/07/22/leprosy-in-the-middle-ages

Jul 22, 2010 ... Leprosy, or Hansen's disease (so named because it was G.H. Armauer Hansen who discovered, in Norway in 1873, that the bacterium ...

maggietron.com/medievalmedicine/epidemics.php

The rats were basically used as transport for the fleas who would not mind living partially on ... No cure has been found for the Plague in the Middle Ages, although on ... Leprosy is an infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae, a first ...

theconversation.com/what-greyscale-on-game-of-thrones-has-in-common-with-leprosy-43058

Jun 15, 2015 ... And like leprosy in the medieval era, Greyscale disfigures, but how it is ... the commonly used Latin translation of the bible, called the Vulgate.

www.cnn.com/2017/01/26/health/leprosy-medieval-pilgrim-skeleton-study/index.html

Jan 26, 2017 ... But during the Middle Ages, there was no cure. Although it was not highly contagious, leprosy could spread through droplets from the nose and ...