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  • Police dog recovering from rare infection

    Dr. Rae Hutchins explains cutaneous zygomycosis, a fungal infection she has seen only once in her career. Storm, a police dog with the Holly Springs Police Department, had surgery to remove the infection and is now recovering comfortably. Doctors think he'll be able to go back to work soon. Video by Mary Katherine Wildeman, mwildeman@newsobserver.com

Dr. Rae Hutchins explains cutaneous zygomycosis, a fungal infection she has seen only once in her career. Storm, a police dog with the Holly Springs Police Department, had surgery to remove the infection and is now recovering comfortably. Doctors think he'll be able to go back to work soon. Video by Mary Katherine Wildeman, mwildeman@newsobserver.com
Dr. Rae Hutchins explains cutaneous zygomycosis, a fungal infection she has seen only once in her career. Storm, a police dog with the Holly Springs Police Department, had surgery to remove the infection and is now recovering comfortably. Doctors think he'll be able to go back to work soon. Video by Mary Katherine Wildeman, mwildeman@newsobserver.com

Holly Springs K-9 recovers from rare infection

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