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KABUL 06 August 2005....Shabana, a nine-months old Afghan girl, was originally diagnosed with 'Leishmaniasis' a parasitic disease spread by the bite of infected sand flies; then with 'Hemangioma' a tumor made-up of dilated blood vessels that usually appears shortly after birth; and finally with 'Neurofibroma' a tumor or growth located along a nerve or nervous tissue..
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ABNORMAL ABNORMALITY AFGHANISTAN BABE BABY BLOND HAIR CANCER CANCEROUS CARCINOMA CELLS CHILD CHILDREN CONGENITAL CRYING DAUGHTER DEFECT DERMA DERMIS DISABILITY DISEASE DISORDER EPIDERMIS FAMILY FIBROID GIRL GROWTH HAEMANGIOMA HEMANGIOMA HEREDITARY ILL HEALTH ILLNESS INBORN INFANT INFECTION INHERENT INHERITED INNATE KABUL LAMENT LITTLE ONE LUMP MATERNAL NEONATE NEUROFIBROMA NEWBORN PAIN PIGMENTATION PLAGUE PORTRAIT PROBLEM SARCOMA SICKNESS SKIN SUCKLING SUFFERING SWELLING TODDLER TOT TROUBLE ULCER YOUNG EYE
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