Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever: A Deadly Disease Requiring Careful Diagnosis

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It may be named after the mountains in Colorado, but the condition has very little do with its namesake and is more flu-like, affecting other parts of the country in a very serious way.

It may be named after the mountains in Colorado, but the condition has very little do with its namesake and is more flu-like, affecting other parts of the country in a very serious way.

Stephen J. Gluckman, MD, from the University of Pennsylvania discussed why even as a veteran infectious disease doctor can feel pressured to get the right diagnosis with a high mortality rate during the American College of Physicians Internal Medicine meeting in Boston.

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