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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