Texas officials reported a large anthrax outbreak in 2019 affecting some 20 premises in five counties.

My guest today was in the area over the summer to take a closer look at this outbreak. Joining me is University of Florida Associate Professor of Medical Geography and returning guest, Jason Blackburn, PhD.

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Global anthrax maps with Jason Blackburn, PhD

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Medical history: 1918 influenza pandemic, Yellow fever in the US in the 18th and 19th centuries