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  • Valley Fever in Dogs (Canine Valley Fever) Canine Valley Fever Treatment Program: valley fever treatment for dogs (coccidioidomycosis; coccidioides immitis)
  • Valley Fever Patient with Valley Fever (coccidioidomycosis) tries hydrogen peroxide therapy. This is part one, a follow up will be done in one months time when he is doing much better....more to come!
  • Valley Fever Inaugural Walk 2009 Steve Bloom's photographs from the Inaugural Walk for a Cure for Valley Fever in Phoenix on Nov. 1, 2009
  • Part 3: It's Worse Than They Say (Valley Fever Survivor Educational Film Series) has always been at the forefront of Valley Fever (coccidioidomycosis) patient advocacy and support. Now the Valley Fever Survivor Educational Film Series puts the information you need into short videos you can share with family and friends. You can depend on Valley Fever Survivor to give you the whole truth without whitewashing the disease or omitting the important details that you need to know. Part Three It's Bigger than you were Told The rates of misdiagnosis and mistreatment for Valley Fever are staggering...but for shocking reasons. By this point you know Valley Fever is a problem for anyone who inhales a Coccidioides spore. But just how many people across the USA are breathing these spores in? It's a far greater epidemic than anyone is letting on. See why reported cases are the tip of the Valley Fever iceberg in this video. Do you need more information and support? See and find more information about Valley Fever symptoms, disseminated coccidioidomycosis, valley fever in dogs, and why this agent of bioterrorism has been on the CDC's select agent list for over a decade. Join a regional support group, contact others with Valley Fever and more. All of this is centrally located at http Also from VFS: Valley Fever Epidemic is the first and only complete and up-to-date book ever written on the airborne disease caused by the Southwest's naturally occurring biohazard. This book offers everything you need to know before or ...
  • VF-Web-Part-2.wmv Coccidioidomycosis is thought to be greatly under-diagnosed and under-reported. A high index of suspicion is needed in areas with high cocci prevalence and appropriate tests should be ordered when dealing with persons with compatible symptoms. Infectious Agent: Coccidioides immitis (a dimorphic fungus) Mode of Transmission: Inhalation of airborne spores from the soil.
  • Coccidioides Coccidioides is a human fungal pathogen that can also cause mild to fatal respiratory disease (coccidioidomycosis, San Joaquin Valley fever, desert rheumatism) in immunocompetent individuals.
  • HIV - PROTEJA-SE - PROTECT YOURSELF - PROTÉGEZ-VOUS - HIV Other tests used in HIV treatment The CD4 T-cell count is not an HIV test, but rather a procedure where the number of CD4 T-cells in the blood is determined. A CD4 count does not check for the presence of HIV. It is used to monitor immune system function in HIV-positive people. Declining CD4 T-cell counts are considered to be a marker of progression of HIV infection. In HIV-positive people, AIDS is officially diagnosed when the count drops below 200 cells/μL or when certain opportunistic infections occur. This use of a CD4 count as an AIDS criterion was introduced in 1992; the value of 200 was chosen because it corresponded with a greatly increased likelihood of opportunistic infection. Lower CD4 counts in people with AIDS are indicators that prophylaxis against certain types of opportunistic infections should be instituted. Low CD4 T-cell counts are associated with a variety of conditions, including many viral infections, bacterial infections, parasitic infections, sepsis, tuberculosis, coccidioidomycosis, burns, trauma, intravenous injections of foreign proteins, malnutrition, over-exercising, pregnancy, normal daily variation, psychological stress, and social isolation.[citation needed] This test is also used occasionally to estimate immune system function for people whose CD4 T cells are impaired for reasons other than HIV infection, which include several blood diseases, several genetic disorders, and the side effects of many chemotherapy drugs. Generally speaking ...
  • The hard way to learn about valley fever.wmv Edie Preller wanted her family to help others learn about Valley fever. In this video Don Preller tells the story of his wife's struggle with Valley Fever to help encourage folks to attend the Valley Fever Awareness Panel on April 13, 2011 in Bakersfield California. Reservations are required - contact Valley Fever Americas Foundation on facebook or at . Please forward to friends. The value of this story continues long after the April 13 event!
  • Part 1: An Introduction To Valley Fever (Valley Fever Survivor Educational Film Series) has always been at the forefront of Valley Fever (coccidioidomycosis) patient advocacy and support. Now the Valley Fever Survivor Educational Film Series puts the information you need into short videos you can share with family and friends. You can depend on Valley Fever Survivor to give you the whole truth without whitewashing the disease or omitting the important details that you need to know. Part One An Introduction To Valley Fever Arizona, California, and other parts of the Southwest have a deadly local secret. Even worse, the government and the media haven't focused on educating the public, so half-truths and misinformation are everywhere. The first thing anyone has to do before getting into the details about Valley Fever is to let people know it really is a big deal. This video shows you why. Do you need more information and support? See and find more information about Valley Fever symptoms, disseminated coccidioidomycosis, valley fever in dogs, and why this agent of bioterrorism has been on the CDC's select agent list for over a decade. Join a regional support group, contact others with Valley Fever and more. All of this is centrally located at http Also from VFS: Valley Fever Epidemic is the first and only complete and up-to-date book ever written on the airborne disease caused by the Southwest's naturally occurring biohazard. This book offers everything you need to know before or after going to these endemic ...
  • Part 2: The Basics You Need to Know (Valley Fever Survivor Educational Film Series) has always been at the forefront of Valley Fever (coccidioidomycosis) patient advocacy and support. Now the Valley Fever Survivor Educational Film Series puts the information you need into short videos you can share with family and friends. You can depend on Valley Fever Survivor to give you the whole truth without whitewashing the disease or omitting the important details that you need to know. Part Two The Basics You Need to Know How long has Valley Fever been a problem? Are there risk groups? If so, why is everyone still at risk from the disease? Where and how can you get Valley Fever? And why does it still matter even if you are thousands of miles away? This video answers those questions and more! Do you need more information and support? See and find more information about Valley Fever symptoms, disseminated coccidioidomycosis, valley fever in dogs, and why this agent of bioterrorism has been on the CDC's select agent list for over a decade. Join a regional support group, contact others with Valley Fever and more. All of this is centrally located at http Also from VFS: Valley Fever Epidemic is the first and only complete and up-to-date book ever written on the airborne disease caused by the Southwest's naturally occurring biohazard. This book offers everything you need to know before or after going to these endemic areas and what to do if you contract this incurable, debilitating and deadly disease. Valley Fever ...
  • Valley Fever Valley Fever attacks Earl Gonzales, a farm worker in the San Joaquin Valley from Fresno. The coccidioidomycosis fungus nearly kills him. But he's miraculously saved by a team of doctors lead by Doctor Love.
  • VF-Web-Part-1.wmv Coccidioidomycosis is thought to be greatly under-diagnosed and under-reported. A high index of suspicion is needed in areas with high cocci prevalence and appropriate tests should be ordered when dealing with persons with compatible symptoms. Infectious Agent: Coccidioides immitis (a dimorphic fungus) Mode of Transmission: Inhalation of airborne spores from the soil.
  • Valley Fever Epidemic - the Desert Southwest's Naturally Occurring Biohazard Exposed! Valley Fever is the local secret of the desert Southwest. Get the facts! Did you ever get sick in 1 to 4 weeks after a vacation to Arizona, California, or other parts of the Southwest? Valley Fever Epidemic is the first and only complete and up-to-date book ever written on the Southwest's airborne disease caused by their naturally occurring biohazard. This book offers everything you need to know before or after going to these endemic areas and what to do if you contract this incurable, debilitating and deadly disease. Valley Fever (coccidioidomycosis) affects everyone from the unborn child to the great grandparent and even your pets. Regardless of how healthy anyone is prior to their Valley Fever infection, anyone who breathes is at risk. Do you need more information and support? See http and find more information about Valley Fever symptoms, disseminated coccidioidomycosis, valley fever in dogs, and why this agent of bioterrorism has been on the CDC's select agent list for over a decade. Join a regional support group, contact others with Valley Fever and more. All of this is centrally located at
  • VF-Web-Part-3.wmv Coccidioidomycosis is thought to be greatly under-diagnosed and under-reported. A high index of suspicion is needed in areas with high cocci prevalence and appropriate tests should be ordered when dealing with persons with compatible symptoms. Infectious Agent: Coccidioides immitis (a dimorphic fungus) Mode of Transmission: Inhalation of airborne spores from the soil.
  • Lung Disease Song. My song on lung disease for Biology. Lyrics: Hey there Mr.Smoker do you know what you are letting yourself into? it might look cool it might look hard but you know what it might be doing to, you cause there's lots of diseases that you might catch, and lots of symptoms that come attached with them. There's Cystic Fibrosis , Histoplasmosis, and COPD Tuberculosis Silicosis but not HIV Asbestosis is unrelated buts a disease all of these will have you coughing on your knees in pain.. Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) and asthma too Emphysemia, lung cancer they could happen to you, if you don't stop smoking all those cancer sticks, at the end of the day you're the only one looking a twit And |'ve not even started on the heavy stuff, The things that you're inflicting with every puff, like Acute bronchitis, influenza, pneumonia, Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, mesothelioma. Pneumoconiosis, Byssinosis and also Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis Chronic Bronchitis, Lymphangiomatosis, and last but not least, Coccidioidomycosis (Cocci)
  • VF-the30-Phoenix-rev.flv It's a matter of life and breath. The Valley Fever Alliance needs your help to find a cure for Valley Fever, the Disease of the Southwest.
  • Galgiani & Nix: The Valley Fever Vaccine Project Dr. John Galgiani and David Nix have led a team of researchers to develop a vaccine against valley fever also known as coccidioidomycosis infection. This is a nasty respiratory infection that affects both humans and some animals, and in Tucson we are especially succeptible to this disease as we are in the center of the geographic distribution where the fungus causing this disease thrives in the soil. John N. Galgiani, MD, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Valley Fever Center of Excellence and Member BIO5 Institute; David Nix, PhD, Associate Professor, Dept. of Pharmacy Practice & Science. The 5th annual Innovation Day at The UA was held on March 25, 2008. Innovation Day at The UA celebrates technology development and commercialization by highlighting the research achievements of students, staff and faculty. The Technology Innovation Awards recognize University of Arizona researchers for achievements in translating original ideas from the laboratory to the marketplace.