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CDC quarantines man who has lethal TB strain

Order believed first in 44 years

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / May 30, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, underscoring the threat of an emerging, lethal form of tuberculosis, issued a rare federal public health order on Monday that placed an infected Georgia man into quarantine and announced yesterday that it is searching for airline passengers he may have exposed to the disease on two trans-Atlantic flights earlier this ... (Full article: 1160 words)

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