Latin American Invasion Of ‘Kissing Bugs’ Spreading Deadly and Dangerous Disease in U.S.


According to experts on communicable diseases, Chagas disease, a potentially life-threatening disease caused by the parasite Trypanosoma cruzi, has become a concern in the United States as a result of mass immigration from Latin America where Chagas disease is endemic.

"These blood-sucking parasites spread a dangerous sometimes deadly illness called Chagas disease. The disease, which has spread to the U.S., was previously only found in Central and South America as well as Mexico." - Centers for Disease Control (CDC).