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Monday, May 2, 2011
Leprosy probably brings to mind biblical times, Third World countries, or both. But the disease exists in the modern-day U.S., and researchers from Louisiana State University have suggested that a third of all new cases are contracted directly from animals – specifically, armadillos, which are infected with the bacterium at rates of up to 20 percent in the Southern U.S.

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