Aggressive fungus strikes Joplin tornado victims JOPLIN, Mo stendra review . Thursday his medical center treated five Joplin tornado victims for a rare – A Joplin doctor said, aggressive fungal infection sometimes found in survivors of other organic disasters. Dr. Uwe Schmidt, an infectious disease expert at Freeman Health Program in Joplin, said three of those individuals who contracted zygomycosis have since died, but he stopped brief of blaming their deaths particularly on the infections. These people acquired multiple traumas, pneumonia, all kinds of complications, Schmidt said. It’s challenging to say how much the fungal attacks contributed with their demise.

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