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Volume 15, Number 3—March 2009

Letter

Cutaneous Anthrax, West Bengal, India, 2007

Tapas K. Ray, Yvan J. Hutin, and Manoj V. MurhekarComments to Author 
Author affiliations: National Institute of Epidemiology, Chennai, India

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Cases of cutaneous anthrax, Mushidabad district, West Bengal, India, 2007. Dates indicate onset of skin lesion. Arrows indicate dates cattle were slaughtered. Black bars, cases in Sarkarpara village; gray bars, cases in Charbinpara village; white bars, deaths.

Figure. Cases of cutaneous anthrax, Mushidabad district, West Bengal, India, 2007. Dates indicate onset of skin lesion. Arrows indicate dates cattle were slaughtered. Black bars, cases in Sarkarpara village; gray bars, cases in Charbinpara village; white bars, deaths.

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