December 20, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald
Two new cases of active tuberculosis have been identified in the Grand Forks area, bringing the number of active cases to 15, the North Dakota Department of Health reported today. Continue Reading
November 28, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald
Two students at Valley Middle School in Grand Forks were found to have an abnormal test result for tuberculosis, the Public Health Department said today.
January 16, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald
It’s not the first time highly resistant cases like this have been seen. Since 2003, patients have been documented in Italy and Iran. It has mostly been limited to impoverished areas, and has not spread widely. But experts believe there could be many undocumented cases. Continue Reading
December 7, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe
ST. PAUL Minnesota cattle producers faced six emotional and financially challenging years, but now they celebrate a re-opening of markets nationwide after the state has been declared free of bovine tuberculosis.
Gov. Mark Dayton Wednesday issued a proclamation proclaiming TB free day for the state’s cattle industry after 58 herds were destroyed and 800,000 animals tested. Continue Reading
December 7, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald
Minnesota cattlemen are celebrating the reopening of markets nationwide after tuberculosis found in one cow six years ago hurt their sales. Gov. Mark Dayton today issued a proclamation proclaiming TB free day for the state’s cattle industry after 58 herds were destroyed and 800,000 animals tested. Continue Reading
January 12, 2011 in INFORUM
75 others at Sheyenne could face testing
A student at West Fargo’s Sheyenne Ninth Grade Center may have active tuberculosis and about 75 other students who possibly were in close contact with him may need to be tested for the disease, the health officer for Fargo Cass Public Health said Thursday. Continue Reading