Valley fever is reportable in certain statesstate health departments collect information about cases of valley fever and then send the information to cdc through the national notifiable diseases surveillance system nndss weekly and annual data are available on the nndss website. Valley fever epidemic is the first and only comprehensive complete and up to date book written for the lay person on the subject of coccidioidomycosis commonly known as valley fever it is easy to read and understand and features detailed in depth information on the diseases symptoms diagnosis testing drugs and treatment risk factors . Valley fever is common here in arizona as it is in parts of california nevada new mexico and utah the us centers for disease control and prevention cdc describes valley fever as a silent epidemic because the number of cases has been increasing by about 15 percent per year from 2265 in 1998 to more than 22000 in 2011 without a corresponding elevation of public awareness. August 28 2008 i recently read valley fever epidemic by david and sharon filip what a wonderful book and so long overdue valley fever epidemic is written so that everyone can understand it and it includes an in depth glossary of medical terms for your convenience
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