National authorities in Argentina have pledged to start the process of regulating the national Chagas Law, which was enacted 12 years ago. Chagas is the main endemic disease in Argentina and constitutes a socio-environmental problem that exceeds rural areas and can be prevented and controlled. When the actions of the state are not enough, what is the contribution that open and citizen science can make to this problem?

STRINGS researcher Dr Valeria Arza speaks to the TSS Agency at the Universidad Nacional de San Martin (UNSAM). Read the full article.