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  • Camels, MERS, Spred
    A team of researchers from CSU and the National Institutes of Health confirms for the first time that camels vent volumes of the emergent MERS virus, making them the likeliest suspect in transmitting the virus to people. MERS virus is a concern for causing acute respiratory illness and high rates of death​.​
  • COlleen Duncan, polar bear study
    ​Dr. Colleen Duncan, a veterinary pathologist at Colorado State University, is examining the interplay of climate change and population dynamics among polar bears to determine whether the great Arctic carnivores face new infectious diseases along with dwindling ice.​
  • diane ordway, tuberculosis, gates foundation
    Researchers at Colorado State University receive Gates Foundation funding to develop a new diagnostic breath test that could change how TB is detected.​
  • TB, Diabetes, research
    Research at Colorado State University has revealed new links between tuberculosis and diabetes, providing evidence that TB becomes more deadly when it occurs with diabetes and showing for the first time that tuberculosis can actually trigger pre-diabetes.
 

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