More clues to the bacteria that plagued Mary Mallon (Typhoid Mary)

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Mary Mallon, nicknamed Typhoid Mary,  was quarantined until her death thanks to a microscopic bacteria, Salmonella Typhi.  A century later, clues are still being found on how she infected ~50 people.

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3 Responses to “More clues to the bacteria that plagued Mary Mallon (Typhoid Mary)”

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