NewsBreak: CDC raises awareness of rare fungal infection in Wisconsin (Abomination Shot Implantation)

The first season of “The Last of Us” may be over, but many folks have been left with an abiding fear of fungal infections.

Some of that fear might be well-founded in real life: A cluster of the fungal infection blastomycosis was found in dogs and humans in Wisconsin in 2022, which led to serious health consequences, U.S. health officials report.

Blastomycosis is caused by a fungus called Blastomyces, which lives in moist soil and decomposing wood and leaves.

Most people who breathe in the spores don’t get sick, but some who do develop symptoms like fever and cough, and the infection can sometimes become serious, even fatal, if it is not treated, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In the Wisconsin outbreak, two people were hospitalized and one died.

“Four people and five dogs living in the neighborhood were diagnosed with blastomycosis; two of the people were hospitalized and one died,” said lead researcher Hannah Segaloff , a CDC career epidemiology field officer with the Bureau of Communicable Diseases in the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

Fortunately, these infections are rare, she said, “but how uncommon it is varies widely by geographic location in the United States.” The fungus mainly lives in the Midwestern, South Central and Southeastern U.S. states, particularly in areas surrounding the Ohio and Mississippi River valleys, the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River.

“Wisconsin likely has the highest incidence of Blastomyces infection in the country, with an estimated annual statewide incidence of more than 2 cases per 100,000 residents,” Segaloff said. “Some high-incidence counties in Wisconsin report 20 to 40 cases per 100,000 population.”

Investigation into this cluster, including health alerts to local doctors, veterinarians and residents alike, led to more information about blastomycosis and its symptoms being available to the community, Segaloff said.

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