Publication Year: 2004
Type: Federal resource, Online Publication
This publication explains what toxoplasmosis is, how people get it, the symptoms, who is at risk of developing severe toxoplasmosis, what a person should do if he/she thinks he/she might be at risk for severe toxoplasmosis, the treatment of toxoplasmosis, prevention, and issues relating to cat ownership and toxoplasmosis.
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