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Kalla-Nohra Syndrome was a disease that developed on the planet Bajor during the Occupation. It was noted as a terminal illness that infected both Cardassians and Bajorans.

The source of the medical condition came from the Gallitep labor camp after the artificial intelligence in charge of the mining operations accidentally opened a pocket of toxic gases which began to infect the workers at the facility. This led to decreased productivity from the Bajoran workers at the labor camp and it was decided that once the mines were depleted then all the Bajorans were to be terminated due to being infected by Kalla-Nohra Syndrome. (ST - Terok Nor novel: Night of the Wolves)

The infamous Gul Darhe'el was in charge of the mining facility but was not present at Gallitep at the time of the incident, as he was on Cardassia Prime receiving the Proficient Service Medallion. Aamin Marritza, his filing clerk, was one of those who contracted the disease, the treatment for which was similar for those suffering from Pottrik Syndrome. (DS9 episode: "Duet")

In 2385, Julian Bashir was supposedly holding a conference at the Bement Center on the use of antigen resequencing in the treatment of Kalla-Nohra Syndrome. (ST - The Fall novel: A Ceremony of Losses)

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