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Hemorrhagic Fever Therapy


  You’ve probably heard of Ebola, but have you ever heard of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever? The two viruses have similar, terrifying symptoms, but the latter - abbreviated CCHF - can be spread by ticks! In this segment, learn more about CCHF, and efforts being made to prevent and treat it, with Dr. Scott Pegan of UGA’s Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Department.

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