Published in Vaccine Weekly, October 8th, 2003
"We have to stay ahead of the threat, so we're working to discover a treatment for people who have been infected with rabbit fever," said Tom Reilly, an assistant professor of veterinary pathobiology in the Veterinary Medicine Diagnostic Laboratory. "While the tularemia strain that is usually found in nature can be treated with antibiotics, we are concerned...
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