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Volume 16, Number 2—February 2010

Research

Epidemiology of Cryptococcus gattii, British Columbia, Canada, 1999–2007

Eleni GalanisComments to Author , Laura MacDougall, Sarah Kidd, Mohammad Morshed, and the British Columbia Cryptococcus gattii Working Group
Author affiliations: British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (E. Galanis, L. MacDougall); University of British Columbia, Vancouver (E. Galanis)

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Figure 3

Comparison of hospitalizations for cryptococcosis among persons with and without HIV/AIDS, British Columbia, Canada, 1999–2006.

Figure 3. . Comparison of hospitalizations for cryptococcosis among persons with and without HIV/AIDS, British Columbia, Canada, 1999–2006.

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1Members involved in this study were Patrick Doyle, John Galbraith, Linda Hoang, Pamela Kibsey, Min-Kuang Lee, Sultana Mithani, Marc Romney, and Diane Roscoe.

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