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Expert 6 times by snake bitten: Like a hammer, my hand crashed
Medical David Williams works as an expert snake bites at the world health organization (WHO). He conducts research on snake venom to develop new treatments. He is already six times by a snake bitten. “The first time felt like a hammer in my hand crushed,” he says to the BBC.

“I was pretty scared because I didn't know what would happen,” said dr. David Williams about his ‘first time’. “My last snakebite had to kill, but because we are a medical noodkit had with us, we could do something about it.” According to Williams, most victims of snake bites unfortunately it is not that life-saving luxury”.

For WHO are snake bites “perhaps the world's largest hidden health problem”. Every four minutes dies someone have a bite of a snake, while hundreds of thousands of others left with serious deformities and amputations. Especially poverty-stricken inhabitants of the most impoverished areas in Africa, Asia and Latin America are very fragile. A lot of farmers are risking their daily life by simply their fields to go to edit where deadly snakes lurk. Often children are the victim.

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