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Biodefense Study Nov 21
As we enjoy our this , it is crucial to remember . For in 2016 an resulted in the death of 50.6 million animals, including turkeys. Read this report to learn how we can ensure many more Thanksgivings to come.
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Boreal Spanish Nov 19
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Be Fick Nov 20
It's like a contagion!
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David Markman Nov 15
update from . Most cases are pneumonic (the most dangerous and transmissible form).
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David Soeiro Nov 19
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Cloneshouse Nigeria Nov 22
Thread on how Somaliland's cholera outbreak was curbed (an outline of salient steps other African countries can adopt in similar situations). 💡
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Birt Sh*t Crazy Nov 13
Replying to @birtsh_tcrazy
There are rumours stating that this could have been started by one of two possible causes... Right now though, the govt. would like you to be alert but, not alarmed.
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🍍JiGGY☃️JACK🍍 Nov 12
Replying to @_FANTA_KiNG
🆕🆕🆕 📀 OUT NOW‼️‼️‼️🍍☃️💨
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HealthRanger Nov 17
Marburg outbreak kills three in Uganda.
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Biodefense Study Nov 14
is on the decline in , however, outbreaks like this reveal that it is essential to public for citizens to be informed of plague and practices. Watch this video to be for any .
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Intellihub Nov 14
Evidence mounts that in is an engineered depopulation bioweapon via
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Cloneshouse Nigeria Nov 22
Replying to @cloneshouse
A brief recap ; Cases of cholera began to pop up in Somaliland in late 2016, following the failure of two rainy seasons. Health workers say it became difficult to convince people to use limited stocks of water for sanitation.
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Daisy Rhea Lee Nov 13
Tonight? Forgive me for what I do.
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Contagion Nov 18
is in the midst of their worst in 50 years, but it appears to be winding down.
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DRC Group Nov 13
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Breaking News Nov 13
'worst plague ' in 50 years
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The Daily Sheeple Nov 16
Madagascar Outbreak: It Is 'Inevitable' The Plague Becomes Resistant To Drugs
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Cloneshouse Nigeria Nov 22
Replying to @cloneshouse
Internally displaced persons camps also became hotbeds of cholera, because of the absence of latrines and clean water. Cases continued to rise throughout the spring.
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HealthRanger Nov 13
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HealthRanger Nov 15
Fears rising about where deadly will spread next
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