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October 26, 2013 8:27 PM

Valley fever is on the rise and in the dust in SLO County

It was 2009 when Paso Robles resident John Osman felt run down and went to the doctor. His doctor told him: "Get to the hospital. Now." That's an ominous message in San Luis Obispo County, where valley fever rates are among the highest in the state.

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