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'Polio-like' illness AFM 'doesn't appear to be transmissible,' CDC director says — but cause remains unknown

The “Polio-like” illness that has left children paralyzed “doesn’t appear to be transmissible,” according the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Acute Flaccid Myletis (AFM) “doesn’t appear to be transmissible from human to human,” and “clustering in families” is not shown,…
Source: Sun

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