February 15, 2017
Kerry Klein, the California Report
Cocci is the nickname for Valley Fever - the infectious disease caused by a fungus that spreads tiny spores on the wind and invades the lungs. It's painful, it's deadly, and it's being noticed by the public.
In 2011, an alarming rise in cases across the southwest prompted widespread concern about the infection. Since then, progress has been made in a surprising place: prisons.
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