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DENVER — There’s a widespread outbreak of “Broncos Fever” in Colorado, according to University of Colorado Health, which has put together three ads that show doctors “diagnosing” the condition.

“Broncos Fever is highly contagious; so far there seems to be no cure, and those afflicted will have to ride out the fever,” UCHealth wrote in a news release. “Doctors say that if you are suffering from Broncos Fever, you definitely are not alone.”

UCHealth is a Front Range health system that combines Memorial Hospital, Poudre Valley Hospital, Medical Center of the Rockies, Colorado Health Medical Group and University of Colorado Hospital into one organization that serves the Rocky Mountain West area.

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