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A case in Pinellas County is the first non-travel–related case outside of the Miami area.
The condition strikes quickly and can lead to tissue failure, organ damage, and death.
In a related development, a new study suggests goats, sheep, and horses aren't likely to pass MERS-CoV to humans.
The money will be spent on added staff, spraying, and community outreach.
Besides leading smallpox eradication, Henderson is also known for his role in shaping public health education and for instilling passion for solving infectious disease problems.
A 2nd confirmed transmission area in Miami causes federal officials to expand their travel advisory and alert health providers of the risks.
Global health experts urge the UN to set worldwide targets for reduced antibiotic consumption.
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