Detecting PHF in Oklahoma; Behind the Headlines

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The recent confirmation of Potomac horse fever (PHF) in an Oklahoma horse was possible because of relatively new--and inexpensive--testing techniques that help speed diagnose of the disease. This allows horse owners to be alerted to the active presence of the disease's causative agent in their area. Recognition of the disease in areas unused to seeing PHF is important. This

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