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USF associate professor Davide Tanasi excavating remains from a Roman cemetery in Syracuse, Sicily.

New research traces the origins of trench fever

First observed among British Expeditionary Forces in 1915, trench fever sickened an estimated 500,000 soldiers during World War I. Since then, the disease has become synonymous with the battlefield. But now, new research from an international team of scientists has uncovered evidence challenging this long-held belief.

November 4, 2020Research and Innovation

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