white plague


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an infectious disease producing lesions especially of the lungs

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James Abel's new thriller, White Plague, combines elements from The Hunt for Red October and the cutting-edge science from the best of Michael Crichton to send chills down the reader's spine.
The celebrated fells have been thoroughly sheep-wrecked: the forests that once covered them have been reduced by the white plague to bare rock and bowling green.
The spooky trend, also known as the white plague, needs fast-track measures to be dealt with reports Press TV.
government report" he has in mind, Gabriel Nahas' 1989 book Cocaine: The Great White Plague seems to provide the answer: "According to a 1912 official publication by M.
Packard, White Plague, Black Labor: Tuberculosis and the Political Economy of Health and Disease in South Africa (Berkeley, 1989); S.
What appears to be a lesion in the mummy's vertibrae leads Dr Fornaciari to conclude that he probably died of tuberculosis, The White Plague, which was responsible for a quarter of all deaths in a 500-year epidemic starting in the Middle Ages.