Volume 19, Number 3—March 2013
Most cases occurred in unvaccinated young adults.
Two case-patients were likely infected by posttreatment exposure.
This disease is endemic to this country, and increased infections are acquired during travel abroad.
Pathogenic fungi have driven recent extinctions and declines in at least 2 vertebrate taxa, and effective management of fungal disease will likely be increasingly important to biodiversity conservation.
Despite the high prevalence of tuberculosis in Brazil, patients with nontuberculous disease exist who are not being detected and given treatment.
Persons from high tuberculosis settings often acquire HIV infection during the peri-immigration period.
Sputum culture conversion was poorly predictive of successful treatment.
Fly screens reduce Campylobacter spp. prevalence among broiler chickens during summer.
The 3-dimensional intestinal model is not sufficient as a virus replication system for developing vaccines or drugs to control human norovirus infections.
Vaccination likely prevented 700,000–1,500,000 clinical cases, 4,000–10,000 hospitalizations, and 200–500 deaths.
Comparative genomics of multidrug-resistant TB isolates from the Eastern Cape, South Africa, suggests the emergence of totally drug- resistant TB.
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