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Diphtheria (cont.)

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Author: Steven E. Doerr, MD

Editor: Charles Davis, MD, PhD

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Doerr, Steven E. "Diphtheria." MedicineNet.com. June 27, 2008. <http://www.medicinenet.com/diphtheria/article.htm>.

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