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  2. www.murdoch.edu.au/news/articles/potentially-deadly-new-infection-found-in-australia
    man. “The disease, known as babesiosis, is caused by a tick-transmittedparasite,” Dr Irwin said. ... Dr Sanjaya Senanayake from Canberra Hospital and Australian National University suspected the presence of babesiosis in the patient.
  3. www.murdoch.edu.au/news/articles/potentially-deadly-new-infection-found-in-australia
    19 Mar 2012: man. “The disease, known as babesiosis, is caused by a tick-transmittedparasite,” Dr Irwin said. ... Dr Sanjaya Senanayake from Canberra Hospital and Australian National University suspected the presence of babesiosis in the patient.
  4. www.murdoch.edu.au/Support-the-College/_document/Vet-Gazette/Vet-Gazette-Autumn-Winter-2012.pdf
    4 Jun 2012: Dr Andrea Paparini were part of a team that recently identified babesiosis in a Canberra man. ... Interestingly, the research questions concerning babesiosis are very similar to those associated with Lyme borreliosis” says Dr Irwin.
  5. www.murdoch.edu.au/School-of-Veterinary-and-Life-Sciences/_document/Conservation-Medicine/Top_End_Small_Mammal_Disease_Investigation_Final_Report_July2015.pdf
    23 Jul 2015: Investigation of Potential Diseases Associated with Northern Territory. Mammal Declines. Final report for NERP Project 4.1: June 2015. Andrea Reiss1, Bethany Jackson1, Graeme Gillespie2, Danielle Stokeld2. and Kris Warren1. 1. Conservation Medicine