Q Fever underdiagnosed in rural and urban areas

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Q fever especially affects rural areas

Have you heard of Q Fever? No? Well, that’s part of the problem!

Q Fever is a disease commonly found in rural and regional areas, and a new study by the University of Sydney has found that is underdiagnosed.

The study also found that the fever presented in metropolitan areas like Sydney.

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Tuesday, March 12 2019
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Featured in storyHeather Gidding, Associate Professor, University of SydneyDr Vicky Sheppeard, Director, Communicable Diseases, NSW Health
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