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In an incident that could have implications for therapy and support dogs in healthcare, 116 employees and students in a veterinary teaching hospital were exposed to pneumonic plague by a dog with unrecognized infection, investigators report.

Undetected Plague Exposes Hospital Workers

<i>Yersinia pestis</i> treatable, but may be serious if antibiotics delayed