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Also, patients are slightly younger than what might be expected, but within a general range.
A survey of primary care docs reveals significant gaps in their knowledge of serogroup B meningococcal vaccines.
The outbreak has grown to 91 cases (64 confirmed), including 50 fatalities.
The changes prioritize newer medications and oral regimens over injectable drugs.
Former smokers had triple the risk, while those with more than 6 sex partners had a sixfold risk.
The outbreak has grown to 78 cases, and vaccination has begun in the affected area.
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