Cedar Mitchell

Cedar Mitchell

Sep 07, 2014

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    About This Project

    The Plague is considered one of the most successful infectious agents in history and at one point killed nearly half the European population. But the plague isn't just found in history books and it wasn't confined to Europe. This disease remains a serious threat to human lives in Madagascar, causing hundreds of cases each year. To prevent plague travesties, health officials need a reliable way to identify sources of plague and track outbreaks.
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