cutaneous leishmaniasis

“The leopards eat fully grown adults ― one ate a man last week."
“I was injected the very first time and it was so painful, I literally ran away."
In rural Kenya, hundreds of people suffer from a flesh-eating disease called cutaneous leishmaniasis. Right now, the only treatment is a weeks-long course of excruciating injections, forcing many to seek alternative medicines.
One of the least known consequences of modern conflict in the Middle East and East Africa has been the widespread devastation that results from a tropical infection known as leishmaniasis.