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St. Joseph's Hospital, University of Arizona Create Valley Fever Center in Phoenix
Date:10/4/2011

itute," said Dr. Galgiani.  "Having the UA College of Medicine now in Phoenix can build on these resources and increase the opportunities for medical education and biomedical research to connect with the clinical activities."

Dr. Galgiani also noted that many doctors in Phoenix already have a lot of experience with diagnosing and treating the disease.

"The problem is that patients with Valley Fever often cannot find the right doctor or they have such complicated problems that they can't get all of the needed expertise coordinated," Dr. Galgiani said. "The new center is planned to integrate the skills of many specialists resulting in better care for patients and better support for physicians through coordination and consultation."


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