Elephants begin treatment for tuberculosis at Oregon Zoo

07/26/2013 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Two Oregon Zoo elephants, Rama and Packy, are starting treatment for tuberculosis after Rama tested positive for the infection and Packy's bloodwork showed he may have been exposed to the pathogen. Oregon Zoo veterinarian Mitch Finnegan said neither elephant has symptoms of illness. Zoo officials are taking precautions to prevent transmission of disease, and they say visitors aren't at risk.

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