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Reported tularemia cases by age and sex -- United States, 2000-2008

Image: Graph of Tularemia Cases by year age and sex 2000-2008

Tularemia is more common in males, possibly because of a greater likelihood of exposure through hunting and landscaping. Tularemia occurs in persons of all ages, but is most common in children.

 

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