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Bacterial meningitis confirmed in adult Milwaukee resident: "This disease can be very serious"

MILWAUKEE — The City of Milwaukee Health Department has received a report of a confirmed case of bacterial meningitis (meningococcal disease) in an adult Milwaukee resident. 414 more words

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Cary-Grove High School Student Diagnosed With Meningitis

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(CBS) — A Cary-Grove High School student has a confirmed case of bacterial meningitis. 102 more words

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Child dies from bacterial meningitis

TUNICA, Miss. — The Mississippi Health Department confirms a child in Tunica has died of bacterial meningitis.

The only case there was that of a 7-year-old boy. 57 more words

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Student diagnosed with bacterial meningitis in Tunica

TUNICA, Miss. — The Mississippi Health Department said it was investigating a child infected with bacterial meningitis in Tunica County.

“I don’t care what color or creed — nobody wants to lose their babies,” Candie Chaney told WREG. 226 more words

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Loudoun Co. High School Student Dies Suddenly from Bacterial Meningitis

UPDATED: April 10, 2015 7:54 p.m.

WASHINGTON (WNEW/AP) — Medical examiners have determined that a bacterial infection from the germ associated with meningitis caused the sudden death of a Loudoun County teenager this week. 494 more words

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Newark To Check Students After First-Grader Dies Of Suspected Bacterial Meningitis

NEWARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A first-grader in Newark who died of suspected bacterial meningitis was in school at a time when she could have infected others, officials said. 387 more words

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