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An estimated 6 percent of dogs in Pima, Pinal and Maricopa counties become sick with valley fever every year, costing Arizona dog owners more than a million dollars a year in diagnosis and treatment, according to UA research.
Most doctors obtaining licenses to practice in Arizona have not been trained to diagnose valley fever, a vicious and potentially fatal disease.
Tucson has an abundance of rattlesnakes, scorpions and cacti,
but one of its greatest health hazards is a fungus that lives in
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