Chlamydia pneumoniae: Yes, it is a pathogen

May 1994
Modern Medicine;May94, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p63
Presents an abstract of the article entitled, `Evidence that Chlamydia pneumoniae causes pneumonia and bronchitis,' by J.T. Grayston, M.B. Aldous, A. Easton et al as published in the periodical `Journal of Infectious Diseases' dated November 1993.


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