A researcher from Fairbanks is teaming up with a local veterinarian to study Kodiak’s increase in cases of leptospirosis among animals on the island. Three local cases of the bacterial disease have been reported since the summer of 2019.  

“Something is going on in Kodiak with leptospira,” said Nina Hansen, a veterinarian and researcher at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. 

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