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  1. Papers relating to the outbreak of bubonic plague in India: With statement showing the quarantine and other restrictions recently placed upon Indian trade, ... to March 1897 (British Parliamentary Papers)
  2. Bubonic Plague in Early Modern Russia : Public Health and Urban Disaster by John T. Alexander, 1980
  3. Black Death, White Medicine: Bubonic Plague and the Politics of Public Health in Colonial Senegal, 1914-1945 by Myron Echenberg, 2001-01-01
  4. Plague of Justinian: Pandemic, Byzantine Empire, Constantinople, Bubonic Plague, Black Death, History of Europe, Extreme Weather Events of 535?536, Epidemic, Medieval Demography
  5. Report on the bubonic plague in Bombay, 1896-97 by W. F. Gatacre by William Forbes Gatacre, 1897
  6. Alexander, John T. by Bubonic Plague in Early Modern Russia: Public Health and Urban Disaster, 2002
  7. Andrew Golding, A Tale of the Great Plague by Annie E. Keeling, 2008-06-12
  8. Serving in the Shadow of Death (Phonics Museum, Volume 24) by Laura Blakely, 2000
  9. Il Decameron (Italian edition) by Giovanni Boccaccio, 1988
  10. The Black Death by J. F. C. Hecker, 2010-01-08
  11. The Sanitarian, Volume 45 by Medico-Legal Society of New York, 2009-09-10
  12. Specialist: Medicine & Invention v1 by iMinds, 2010-01-18
  13. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine by George M. Gould, Walter L. Pyle, 2008-06-12
  14. The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio by Giovanni Boccaccio, 2010-08-24

81. - News - Man With Bubonic Plague Back Home In N.M.
Man With bubonic plague Back Home In NM. Thank you for taking care of us. . The bubonicplague cases were the first seen in New York City in at least a century.

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83. ReliefWeb: Malawi: Bubonic Plague Adds To Woes
Malawi bubonic plague adds to woes LILONGWE, 31 May (IRIN) Malawi's existinghealth challenges of cholera, malnutrition, malaria and HIV/AIDS have been

84. Bubonic Plague And Volcanoes, Avon, Ohio
bubonic plague and Volcanoes. Home (Main Menu) The 1200 issue of Popular Science shows a graph of volcanoes and bubonic plague epidemics EVENT Mt.
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of ice core layers REVIEW of an ARTICLE BY RICHARD STOTHERS from the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies Research, 3-30-00 "Plague! The word conjures up kaleidoscopic images of medieval pestilence and modern media hype. As a specific disease, however, its meaning is now confined to the infectious, and often fatal, illness caused by the bacterium Pasteurella pestis. Common carriers of true plague are rat and human fleas and the human louse. Louis Pasteur in the 19th century suggested that the cyclical agent of plague, whatever it was, might lie very low until suddenly reactivated by a change in the climate. As early as the 16th century, the poet Thomas Nashe in the midst of a British plague lamented, "From winter, plague and pestilence, good Lord, deliver us!" In fact, it is now recognized that wet, chilly weather stimulates the reproduction of the deadly bacterium that causes bubonic and pneumonic plague. Yet, the origin of the historical cycles of plague has remained obscure. By statistically examining the occurrences of widespread plague that have been recorded throughout Western history, a curious coincidence emerges. A large number of these pandemics occurred shortly after a volcano underwent a huge eruption, according to GISS scientist Richard Stothers.

85. Model Explains Bubonic Plague's Persistence (References And Sources): Science Ne
Week of Oct. 21, 2000; Vol. 158, No. 17. Model explains bubonic plague's persistence. 2000.Metapopulation dynamics of bubonic plague. Nature 407(Oct. 19)903.

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A computer model of bubonic plague suggests rats can harbor the disease for years before a human epidemic breaks out. References: Keeling, M.J., and C.A. Gilligan. 2000. Metapopulation dynamics of bubonic plague. Nature 407(Oct. 19):903. Sources: Ben Bolker
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86. Bubonic Plague Bacteria Missing From Texas Lab
RENSE.COM bubonic plague Bacteria Missing From Texas Lab 115-3 WASHINGTON(Reuters) - About 30 vials that possibly contain samples
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - About 30 vials that possibly contain samples of the bacteria that causes bubonic plague were reported missing from a lab at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, a law enforcement official said on Wednesday.
The official had few details but said the FBI was trying to determine what had happened to the vials at the Texas facility about 330 miles west of Dallas.
"Apparently there are about 30 missing," he said.
But the official emphasized that the plague believed to be in the vials could not be used as a weapon of mass destruction. The vials could possibly kill one person but not a large group of people, he said.
Plague, caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis, is usually passed to people from rodents via fleas. It caused huge epidemics in the Middle Ages notably the Black Death that wiped out up to a third of the population in Europe.
It can take on three forms bubonic plague, which caused the terrifying black swellings or buboes that gave the Black death its name; pneumonic plague, which is far deadlier and caused when the bacteria are inhaled, and septicemic plague, which is a rare blood infection.
Plague is considered a likely bioterrorist agent because it is so easy to prepare and use as a weapon and because it frightens people. It is easily treated with antibiotics, but only if it is diagnosed properly.

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88. Yersinia Pestis
Pneumonic Plague. Plague. bubonic plague. Aerosolized organisms transmit pneumonicform. Types of plague bubonic plague; Primary Septicemic plague; Pneumonic plague.
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89. ABQjournal: Santa Fean Has Bubonic Plague At NYC Hospital
Santa Fean Has bubonic plague At NYC Hospital By Erin McClam The Associated PressNEW YORK — A New Mexico man in isolation at a New York City hospital tested

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II; When Were These Beliefs Dispelled? III; Plague; Plague II; Forms of Plague;bubonic plague; Epidemics of Plague; Plague, Continued; bubonic plague Black Death .

Bubonic Plague
  • "Black Death".
  • "Plague of Justinian" in Egypt in 558. This plague lasted until about 590 AD.
  • Between 568 and 570 AD. most of Italy was conquered by the Lombards, who were barbarians. So, Rome ended.

91. N.M. Man In NYC Has Bubonic Plague
NM Man in NYC Has bubonic plague NewsMax Wires Thursday, Nov. 7, 2002NEW YORK A man visiting New York City from New Mexico has

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NEW YORK A man visiting New York City from New Mexico has been hospitalized with bubonic plague, the first such case in the city in a century, health officials said Wednesday. The man's wife, whose test results were pending, also has been hospitalized. Bioterrorism is not suspected, experts told The New York Times. The couple is believed to have been infected by rodents in Santa Fe. Bubonic plague killed millions of people in Europe during the Middle Ages, who were bitten by fleas from infected rats. But in modern times, antibiotics are effective against the disease, and cases of plague are scattered and few, usually arising in rural areas. In the United States, about 10 to 15 people a year come down with the plague, according to the federal Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. Death can occur if patients are not treated promptly with the appropriate antibiotics.

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Two Treated in NYC for bubonic plague ABC Eyewitness News 6 November 2002. The Bubonicplague claimed millions of lives in Europe and Asia in the Middle Ages.
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The Bubonic plague claimed millions of lives in Europe and Asia in the Middle Ages. Now sources confirm for Eyewitness News the presence of the plague in two patients here in New York City. The pair is a married couple from New Mexico who were in the city on vacation. Doctors tell Eyewitness News that a microbiology test confirmed their fears that the couple was indeed suffering from the Bubonic plague. The couple has been isolated to prevent the further spread of the disease. Doctors say while the female patient is out of danger, her husband is in extremely critical condition. They say he was admitted with a fever of 105 degrees. High fever is one of the symptoms of the Bubonic plague. The couple is from a rural area of New Mexico. Just days ago, while visiting New York City, they called a doctor complaining of flu-like symptoms. But even over the phone, the doctor thought it was more than that. Dr. Ronald Primas, Beth Israel Medical Center: "He actually was very sick. He had a fever of 105 degrees. He was just sweating profusely and extremely weak."

93. Agripedia | Bubonic Plague
Part of Agripedia Web site. bubonic plague. The symptoms of bubonic plague includedfever, chills, muscle aches, headache, swollen lymph glands and seizures.
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The plague appeared in three forms: bubonic, septicemic and pneumonic . These infections were caused by an organism (bacillus) which was present primarily in rats (but occurred in other rodents as well) and could be transmitted by flea bite to humans. The symptoms of bubonic plague included fever, chills, muscle aches, headache, swollen lymph glands and seizures. See: Black Death Close This Window Go Back

94. N.M. Woman Contracts Bubonic Plague
NM Woman Contracts bubonic plague. ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) Debra Welsh isfeeling better, thank you, considering her brush with bubonic plague. Contracts Bubonic Plague.htm
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By MATT MYGATT Associated Press Writer ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Debra Welsh is feeling better, thank you, considering her brush with bubonic plague. And she's learned a lesson: Don't touch wobbly mice. ``Those little drunken, wobbly mice would get into the house and you could get right up to them and pick them up by their tails and drop them in the toilet,'' she said Tuesday. ``And they would die real fast. We found six of them over the past six months,'' Welsh said from her St. Joseph Hospital bed, where a tube trickled antibiotics into her body to fight the disease. Welsh, 43, who lives just north of Albuquerque, was confirmed late Monday as suffering from the disease - the first human plague case of the year in New Mexico. ``She's in fine condition,'' said Dr. David Keller, chief of the infectious disease epidemiology program at the state Department of Health. Keller said the department is trying to determine how Welsh got the plague, but she has an idea. She found the last wobbly mouse around Christmas.

95. Amarillo Globe-News: Texas News: Texas Tech Finds Bubonic Plague Vials 01/15/03
Texas Tech finds bubonic plague vials. bubonic plague is an infectious diseaseof animals and humans caused by a bacterium named Yersinia pestis.
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But officials said Wednesday the bacteria wasn't missing after all. They alleged a Texas Tech professor had destroyed the vials before reporting their disappearance.
Dr. Thomas C. Butler was arrested Wednesday on a complaint of giving false information to the FBI. According to U.S. Attorney Dick Baker, Butler said Tuesday that vials containing bacteria obtained from tissue samples from East Africa were missing when "truth in fact, as he well knew, he had destroyed them prior to that."
Butler was booked into the Lubbock County Jail. He was scheduled to make his initial court appearance Thursday afternoon.
"We have accounted for all those missing vials and we have determined that there is no danger to public safety whatsoever," Lubbock FBI Lupe Gonzalez said.
Authorities declined to elaborate on what happened to the vials or say why or how Butler may have destroyed the samples.

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Defense attorney Floyd Holder said Thursday that Thomas C. Butler intends to plead innocent.
The charge carries a penalty of up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine if he is convicted.
Butler, 61, a tenured professor at Texas Tech University, first said the plague was missing but later admitted he had accidentally destroyed the vials, according to court documents filed by the FBI.
"I made a misjudgment by not telling (the supervisor) that the plague bacteria had been accidentally destroyed earlier rather than erroneously first found missing," Butler wrote, according to court documents. He said he didn't realize his story would trigger "such an extensive investigation," according to the documents.
Dozens of federal agents converged on the university's medical complex amid fear of bioterrorism after the university notified authorities and local hospitals that plague samples had been reported missing from a locked area of Butler's lab.

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99. CDC Plague Home Page - CDC Division Of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases (DVBID)
CDC plague Home Page View enlarged image. Introduction plague is an infectiousdisease of animals and humans caused by a bacterium named Yersinia pestis.
Plague Contents Introduction General Information Fact Sheet Questions and Answers ... CDC World Health Organization Collaborating Center on Plague Information on plague surveillance in Africa: Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response
CDC Plague Home Page Male Xenopsylla cheopis (oriental rat flea) engorged with blood. This flea is the primary vector of plague in most large plague epidemics in Asia, Africa, and South America. Both male and female fleas can transmit the infection.
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for information on bioterrorism preparedness and response regarding plague People usually get plague from being bitten by a rodent flea that is carrying the plague bacterium or by handling an infected animal. Millions of people in Europe died from plague in the Middle Ages, when human homes and places of work were inhabited by flea-infested rats. Today, modern antibiotics are effective against plague, but if an infected person is not treated promptly, the disease is likely to cause illness or death. Risk: Wild rodents in certain areas around the world are References: Campbell GL, Dennis DT. Plague and other

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