typhoid


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typhoid

Pathol
1. resembling typhus
2. short for typhoid fever
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The remaining forty received sentences varying from thirty to forty-five years; while Arthur Simpson, referred to in the Manuscript as being ill of typhoid fever at the time of the explosion, received only fifteen years.
I ain't afeared of anything on this side o' the grave; but I thought that maybe it was him that died o' the typhoid inspecting the drains what killed him.
But off-time did come to Michael when Henderson fell ill of typhoid in Chicago.
The doctors open the body and say with an air of profound learning, `The subject his died of a tumor on the liver, or of typhoid fever
What of the strike, and me being blacklisted, and getting typhoid down in Australia, and everything," he went on.
Islamabad -- The outbreak of typhoid fever has intensified in federal capital.
While the Pakistani media has not given it much attention, the outbreak of a highly drug-resistant typhoid superbug in Sindh has certainly stirred international concern.
M2 PHARMA-February 22, 2018-First child vaccinated with new typhoid conjugate vaccine in Malawi
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 22, 2018-First child vaccinated with new typhoid conjugate vaccine in Malawi
IN a country that can ill afford the outbreak of another preventable disease, multidrug resistant typhoid has spread in many parts of Karachi and certain districts in Hyderabad.
After the Sindh department of Health noticed a recent rise in the number of drug-resistant typhoid cases, it reached out to USAID for assistance.
Typhoid conjugate vaccines (TCVs) are innovative products that have longer lasting immunity than older vaccines, require fewer doses, and can be given to young children through routine childhood immunization programs.