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Confirmed valley fever cases are on the rise--and a drug that could help has been delayed

About 15 years after being infected with valley fever, a Kansas man is still feeling the effects of the fungal disease, and is now being treated in Arizona—where the number of confirmed cases continues to rise. Joseph Couture of Wichita contracted the…

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