black disease


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black disease

see infectious necrotic hepatitis.
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His group will soon debut its own advertising campaign with the tagline "AIDS in America is a black disease.
A Nadis report by Richard Laven, manager of the Scottish Agricultural College's Surveillance Centre, reports that vaccination is the only effective means of controlling black disease.
New medical understandings of "the black disease," along with new hospitals and medical facilities, came to be associated with the overhaul of political cronyism.
42] Building on the mid-nineteenth notion that Cod had created black Africans (immune to yellow fever) with the intent that they should be slaves to whites in the plantations in the American South, Kiple writes: "It can be said then, with little fear of exaggeration, that black related disease immunities played a crucial role in the wholesale enslavement of the West African, while black disease susceptibilities played a similarly crucial role in rationalizing that enslavement.
Cases of lamb dysentery, pulpy kidney and black disease have all been increasingly prevalent in flocks since the late 1990s.