NEW LONDON — Cases resulting from a fungus found in the Little Wolf River continue to surface.
to information from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services'
website, visitors of the site around Memorial Day weekend may have been
exposed to blastomycosis, a fungal infection.
As of Tuesday, Sept. 1, DHS reported 29 confirmed cases and 29 probable cases of the infection from Little Wolf River.
not detected and treated early, the illness can cause serious health
problems. About half of those exposed to the fungus never develop
Symptoms of blastomycosis include a fever, cough, muscle
aches and fatigue. Symptoms can also include weight loss, chest pain
and a persistent cough, according to DHS. READ MORE
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