Anthrax Inhalational Anthrax
Inhalational anthrax usually starts with flu-like symptoms about one week after breathing the spores. However, the onset of symptoms can take as long as two months.
Early symptoms of inhalational anthrax may include:
Later symptoms of inhalational anthrax may include:
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