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    Acute Flaccid Myelitis infects more than 100 children in five months

    http://daysinhealth.info/acute-flacc...has-recovered/

    Sounding awfully familiar except I was 12 ...
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    That is a scary thought, that a new Polio type of disease is about. Got to hope the Center of Disease control gets a handle on it.

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    With the increasingly rapid incursion into the remaining wilds expect more scary stuff to be stirred up. Then there is our own creation of super bugs. There are going to be a lot of challenges ahead. Easy, frequent intercontinental travel spreads the bugs around quickly.
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    In other articles I've read it's preceded by a respiratory illness. Same deal with me back in 1985. Those poor kids. Should have access to the best of medicine to get them moving ... give them a chance to develop adequate muscles and organs etc.
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