Originally Posted by Dear Wiggo
Well wadda ya know. Neither is this.
Another "mellow" post from a fellow known to bellow at those who think the yellow from 2012 is not quite kosher.
OK, let's just see what we have here.
3 posters who all believe Sky dope.
However, LS is also prepared to produce some real, solid
info on Bilharzia for folks to look at and is certainly of consideration.
LS is also prepared to entertain the idea that it would most likely be contracted in Kenya.
LS deserves both credit and proper responses for sound research.
Instead, we get some utter nonsense about sharing a contaminated needle, which would probably have to be with some Angolan and then scorn for the gf for suggesting the most likely method of contraction.
This, from those who were complaining about the Sky thread highjacked and turned into farce by Sky fanboys.
Here's something a bit more constructive. First paragraph:
Certainly seems to be rife in Kenya's lakes etc.
According to the scientist ,between 10-100 percent of people living along Lake Victoria are affected with the bilharzia parasite thus the need to eradicate the scourge in the region.
In fact, according to the WHO, Kenya is one of the 11 countries in eastern and southern Africa with a high burden of bilharzia, which is also known as Schistosomiasis.
However, Kenya hopes to eliminate the disease within the next 5 years: