Why is there such sudden interest in the health of California’s prisoners? The epidemic of Valley Fever inside and outside of prison has been going on for years, especially in Avenal and Pleasant Valley. How bad is it? Are there racial factors behind California’s controversial decision to relocate prisoners? What might have motivated bureaucrats to suddenly notice the suffering Valley Fever has been causing for prisoners? And is there any action being taken to protect those outside the prison? This video seeks to answer these questions.
California’s Sudden Concern for Prisoners with Valley Fever
Valley Fever Survivor Educational Film Series Part 6
https://valleyfeversurvivor.com has always been at the forefront of Valley Fever (coccidioidomycosis) patient advocacy and support. Now the Valley Fever Survivor Educational Film Series puts the information you need into short videos you can share with family and friends. You can depend on Valley Fever Survivor to give you the whole truth without whitewashing the disease or omitting the important details that you need to know.
Do you need more information and support? See https://www.valleyfeversurvivor.com and find more information about Valley Fever symptoms, disseminated coccidioidomycosis, valley fever in dogs, and why this agent of bioterrorism had been on the CDC’s select agent list for over a decade. Join a regional support group, contact others with Valley Fever and more. All of this is centrally located at https://www.valleyfeversurvivor.com
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Valley Fever Epidemic is the first and only complete and up-to-date book ever written on the airborne disease caused by the Southwest’s naturally occurring biohazard. This book offers everything you need to know before or after going to these endemic areas and what to do if you contract this incurable, debilitating and deadly disease. Valley Fever (coccidioidomycosis) affects everyone from the unborn child to the great grandparent and even your pets. Regardless of how healthy anyone is prior to their Valley Fever infection, anyone who breathes is at risk.