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© 2006 GIDEON Informatics, Inc So, what can you tell us about African tick bite fever Astrakhan fever Bertielliasis Brainerd diarrhea Coenurosis Dicrocoeliasis Echinococcosis - American polycystic Echinostomiasis Entomophthoramycosis Flinders Island spotted fever Gastrodiscoidiasis Gianotti-Crosti syndrome Gongylonemiasis Group C viral fevers Hendra virus disease Karelian fever Lagochilascariasis Linguatulosis Lobomycosis Louping ill Mammomonogamiasis Mayaro Metorchiasis Moniliformis moniliformis Nanophyetiasis Ockelbo disease Oesophagostomiasis Omsk hemorrhagic fever Oropouche Pentastomiasis Pogosta disease Rickettsia felis infection Ilheus Rocio Spondweni Tanapox virus disease Thogoto Wesselsbron Whitewater Arroyo virus infection Human metapneumovirus infection Pythiosis
© 2006 GIDEON Informatics, Inc 1973RotavirusRotavirus disease 1975Parvovirus B19Fifth disease 1976Cryptosporidium parvumCryptosporidiosis 1977Ebola virusEbola 1977Legionella pneumophilaLegionellosis 1977HantavirusHemorrhagic fevers 1977Campylobacter jejuniCampylobacteriosis 1980T-lymphotrophic virusT-cell leukemia 1981Toxigenic S. aureusToxic shock syndrome 1982E. coli O157:H7Hemorrhagic colitis, HUS 1982HTLV-IIHairy cell leukemia 1982Borrelia burgdorferiLyme disease 1983HIVAIDS 1983Helicobacter pyloriPeptic ulcer disease 1985Enterocytozoon bieneusiMicrosporidiosis 1986Cyclospora cayatenensisCyclosporidiosis 1988Human Herpes 6Roseola infantum 1988Hepatitis E virusHepatitis E 1989Ehrlichia chaffeensisEhrlichiosis 1989Hepatitis C virusHepatitis C 1989Guanarito virusVenezuelan hemorrhagic fever 1992Bartonella henselaeCat scratch disease 1993Sin nombre virusHantavirus pulmonary syndrome 1994Sabia virusBrazilian hemorrhagic fever 1995Human herpesvirus 8Kaposi sarcoma Diseases discovered by man [which discovered man] in the last three decades. YearAgentDisease … and then came: hepatitis GB, pteropus lyssavirus, Nipah virus, Flinder s Island spotted fever, Hendra virus, metorchiasis, Whitwater Arroyo virus, African tick bite fever, Astrakhan fever, Brainerd diarrhea, American polycystic echinococcosis, HMPV, SARS, Banna virus …..
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© 2006 GIDEON Informatics, Inc Not to mention… Dysgonomonas mossii Bifidobacterium scardovii Mycobacterium mageritense Actinomyces funkei Ruminococcus bromii Shuttleworthia satelles Pandoraea norimbergensis Kytococcus schroeteri Roseburia intestinalis Lactobacillus fornicalis Inquilinus limosus Anaeroglobus germinatus Enterobacter cowanii Engerococcus gilvus Streptococcus lutetiensis Mogibacterium neglectum Corynebacterium aurimucosum Dorea longicatena Catenibacterium mitsuokai Burkholderia ambifaria Varibaculum cambriensis Elizabethkinga meningoseptica
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© 2006 GIDEON Informatics, Inc and then there were Balofloxacin Isepamicin Prulifloxacin Ceftazole Lumefrantrine Rifaximin Elfornithine Miltefosine Rokitamicin Ertapenem Miocamycin Rufloxacin Flomoxef Nitazoxanide Secnidazole Flubendazole Pipeminic acid Tosufloxacin Flumequine Pleconaril Triclabendazole Enfuvirtide Clofoctol
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