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An '''asympotomatic carrier''' is a [[carrier]] which shows no [[symptom]]s of carrying an infectious agent. In the California highlands, squirrels are asymptomatic carriers of the bubonic plague.  Asymptomatic carriers were a significant problem for public health in earlier centuries; [[Typhoid Mary]] infected nearly fifty people, though she never manifested symptoms herself.
 
An '''asympotomatic carrier''' is a [[carrier]] which shows no [[symptom]]s of carrying an infectious agent. In the California highlands, squirrels are asymptomatic carriers of the bubonic plague.  Asymptomatic carriers were a significant problem for public health in earlier centuries; [[Typhoid Mary]] infected nearly fifty people, though she never manifested symptoms herself.
  
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Revision as of 17:57, 28 July 2009

An asympotomatic carrier is a carrier which shows no symptoms of carrying an infectious agent. In the California highlands, squirrels are asymptomatic carriers of the bubonic plague. Asymptomatic carriers were a significant problem for public health in earlier centuries; Typhoid Mary infected nearly fifty people, though she never manifested symptoms herself.

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