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    • Cutaneous anthrax associated with handling carcasses of animals that died suddenly of unknown cause: Arua District, Uganda, January 2015–August 2017 

      Loy Aceng, Freda; Riolexus Ario, Alex; Alitubeera, Phoebe Hilda; Matinda Neckyon, Mukasa; Kadobera, Daniel; Sekamatte, Musa; Okethwangu, Denis; Bulage, Lilian; Harris, Julie R.; Nguma, Willy; Birungi Ndumu, Deo; Buule, Joshua; Nyakarahuka, Luke; Zhu, Bao-Ping (PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 2021)
      Anthrax is a zoonotic disease that can be transmitted to humans from infected animals. During May–June 2017, three persons with probable cutaneous anthrax were reported in Arua District, Uganda; one died. All had recently ...
    • Outbreak of Anthrax Associated with Handling and Eating Meat from a Cow, Uganda, 2018 

      Kisaakye, Esther; Riolexus Ario, Alex; Bainomugisha, Kenneth; Cossaboom, Caitlin M. Ping Zhu; Lowe, David; Bulage, Lilian; Kadobera, Daniel; Sekamatte, Musa; Lubwama, Bernard; Tumusiime, Dan; Tusiime, Patrick; Downing, Robert; Buule, Joshua; Lutwama, Julius; Salzer, Johanna S.; Matkovic, Eduard; Joy Gary, Jana Ritter,; Zhu, Bao-Ping (Emerging Infectious Diseases, 2020)
      On April 20, 2018, the Kween District Health Office in Kween District, Uganda reported 7 suspected cases of human anthrax. A team from the Uganda Ministry of Health and partners investigated and identified 49 cases, 3 ...