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Read moreThalidomides is a highly infectious disease caused by an airborne pathogen that is spread through contaminated water and sewage.

In recent years, there has been a surge in cases in the United States, including one in which an Ohio woman died after becoming infected in January 2017.

In the US, the CDC says the rate of Thalidomidemad deaths has increased significantly since the pandemic started.

There have been a total of 11,072 deaths related to the disease, including 732 deaths in 2017 alone.

In 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated there were around 6.4 million cases of the disease in the US and more than 1.2 million deaths.

That year, a total $13.4 billion was spent on prevention and care for the illness.

In 2017, the US Centers for Diseases Control and Infectious Diseases (CDC), which is led by Dr. Robert Laszewski, warned the Thalidamidemad pandemic had killed more than 12 million people.

Thalidamid is the most widely used form of the drug thalidomyces, and it has been used for more than 150 years.

This post has also been updated to include a link to a page with more information about the vaccine and the CDC’s public health information.