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Volume 16, Number 2—February 2010

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Coccidioidomycosis among Scholarship Athletes and Other College Students, Arizona, USA1

Nicole G. Stern and John N. GalgianiComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Arizona Campus Health Service, Tucson, Arizona, USA (N.G. Stern); University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson (J.N. Galgiani)

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Annual case rates per 100,000 for coccidioidomycosis in University of Arizona students and in selected age groups in Pima County, Arizona, and Arizona, USA, 1998–2006*

Year University of Arizona students Age group, y
15–24
15–19
20–24
25–29
Pima County Arizona Pima County Arizona Pima County Arizona Pima County Arizona
1998 108
1999 61
2000 53 13.3 9.23
2001 56 13.5 12.5
2002 111 25.7 17.3
2003 69 17.4 12.0
2004 117 41 32.4 33.5 30.2 48.3 34.6 40.4 37.5
2005 147 53.2 30.1 39.7 23.6 66.3 36.7 64.9 38.4
2006 125 59.9 45.6 56.39 42.4 63.1 48.8 80.0 62.9

*The University of Arizona campus is located in Pima County. Blank cells indicate age ranges where composite statistics were not available.

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1Data were presented at the Valley Fever Center for Excellence/Arizona College of Public Health Jointly Sponsored Mini Symposium, Arizona Cancer Center, Tucson, Arizona, November 12, 2008.

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