Oldest Evidence Of Leprosy Found In I...

Oldest Evidence Of Leprosy Found In India

There are 4 comments on the Science Daily story from May 27, 2009, titled Oldest Evidence Of Leprosy Found In India. In it, Science Daily reports that:

This skeleton represents both the earliest archaeological evidence for human infection with Mycobacterium leprae in the world and the first evidence for the disease in prehistoric India.

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Reddy Joseph

Visakhapatnam, India

#1 May 27, 2009
Good Luck India and God Bless

Fremont, CA

#2 May 27, 2009
Yes! Another thing India has to be proud of. Infecting the world with leprosy.

Visakhapatnam, India

#3 May 27, 2009
We are not infecting th world it is the Gift of AIDS Westerners have given to the World.


#4 Jun 5, 2009
Everything know to man first originated in India. India is the cradle of civilization and everything know to man today was known to Indians billions of years ago, for civilization repeats itself exactly as before in all the Yugas. If you can't find it in India, it cannot be found anywhere.

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