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Conditions and Diseases > Fungal Diseases > Coccidioidomycosis

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KVOA News 4, Tucson, Arizona - Valley Fever: Its in the air
Read Dr. John Galgiani findings, one in thirty Arizonans will get valley fever, a listed bioterrorist threat, perhaps even more dangerous than anthrax...
Valley Fever Information
Causes, risk factors, symptoms, treatment methods, and recovery expectations.
Valley Fever Vaccine Project of the Americas
The disease is explained and lists information on the project to develop a vaccine. Includes extensive information about the disease.
Includes risks, disease information, surveys, and message board.

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