Arnhem Land children suffer world’s highest known rates of rheumatic heart disease

In a remote community of 3,000 people, researchers have discovered the highest known rates of rheumatic disease in the world, where children as young as four have died from the entirely preventable condition.

A study by the screened about 450 school age children in , and the preliminary results reveal one in 20 suffered from .


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