Agencies investigate human cases of Q fever in Wash., Mont.

06/24/2011 | Capital Press Agriculture (Salem, Ore.)

Five people in Washington state and six in Montana have contracted Q fever, a bacterial disease that commonly affects goats, cattle and sheep, according to agriculture agencies investigating the source of the infection. Symptoms resemble the flu, including high fever, headache, stomach pain, vomiting and loose bowels, per this article.

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