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Arizona Victims of Valley Fever
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Help TGen help our AZ dogs tackle Valley Fever and win!!
Give to the canine vaccine fund: www.vfce.Arizona.edu
Valley Fever, a disease caused by a fungus in Arizona’s dust, not only affects people, but can also affect their pets. A new study launched by the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) invites pet parents to share information about their dogs to better understand the disease through an effort called Valley Fever PAWS. To help, pet… Read More →
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Val;ley Fever can infect companion animals such as dogs and cats, and it can make them very ill. If you live in Arizona, or you and your pet has visited there, and your pet is not eating well, is lethargic or limping, see your pet and suggest the dog be tested for coccidioidomycosis, aka valley fever.
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Letting the Valley of the Sun know about Arizona's Disease!
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If you've ever been to Arizona, or live there, and have a chronic cough, fatigue, fever and aches and pains, maybe what you have isn't a flu or pneumonia. It could be valley fever. Check it out with your doctor and go to www.arizonavictimsofvalleyfever.org
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Why doesn't Mappy Health tweet about this one?
Helping to find the cure for valley fever
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We support the Valley Fever Center for Excellence at the University of Arizona Tucson, in its search for a medication to cure or prevent valley fever.Janice, AVVF