Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 18th, 2004
In April, the CDC determined that an original, more aggressive strain of the disease developed in Allen County. While most strains of tuberculosis can be passed only between people who have constant interaction, such as spouses, the new strain can be spread through casual interaction.
"This is a serious health threat," said Loren Robertson, administrator for the Fort Wayne-Allen County Department of Health. "It's not good. I think it's safe to call this a ripple...
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