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Biotherapeutic firm launches valley fever study

DVM360 MAGAZINE

Prescott, Ariz. -- Imulan Biotherapeutics announced a study to test the effectiveness of a new immuno-therapeutic to treat dogs with coccidiodomycosis, or valley fever.

Valley fever is an infection caused by the Coccidoides fungus and affects many species, including dogs and humans. The Southwest, specifically Arizona, is the primary area of infection in the United States.

The study will allow researchers to compare immunological vs. antifungal treatments in dogs to see how the treatments will work against human valley fever.

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