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Information regarding dog diagnosed with plague

A dog that was a patient at the CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital was diagnosed on Friday, Dec. 8 with a Yersinia pestis infection, the bacteria that causes plague. Dr. Mark Stetter, Dean, updated the college community about the hospital's response to the case.
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