They told him of their little diseases
, and, more important, the diseases of their tiny, sure-footed cattle; of trips as far as Kotgarh, where the strange missionaries live, and beyond even to marvellous Simla, where the streets are paved with silver, and anyone, look you, can get service with the Sahibs, who ride about in two-wheeled carts and spend money with a spade.
The good news is that New York vineyards have had very little disease
pressure, and many growers have been able to reduce the number of sprays from 10-12 per season to six or seven sprays.
With little disease
to protect against, a vaccine trial is hard to conduct.
Keith, 66, added: "Some time ago I was diagnosed with a nasty little disease
which affects one in three of us.
With information and conversation, maybe we can lure this hideous little disease
out into the daylight so we can understand it better.
As my education continued, I chose to become a pediatric dentist, where I felt I could concentrate on prevention and hopefully have to treat little disease
as a result.
So it's officially infectious, and as Daily Mail puts it, " it's indeed a nasty little disease
your marriage can catch from friends, relations and even work colleagues".
Infection is most common in ruminants and considered to cause little disease
, but late abortions, metritis, mastitis and the birth of weak offspring with low vitality are seen.
He argues, in part, against use of the pandemic influenza A(H1N1) vaccine because he has seen little disease
burden in his practice and throughout Maine.
We potentially excluded a large proportion of the treatment effect and biased our population toward those with more progressive disease," yet little disease
progression was seen with combined therapy.
Then when you pick patients whose joints are stable and have very little disease
, you won't see significant changes on x-ray in two, short years.
Women with very little disease
remaining in the abdomen after surgery are the best candidates for intraperitoneal chemotherapy.