I thought it was going to say TM, but it is AFM


Spike in paralyzing, polio-like illness mainly affecting children confirmed in 22 states, CDC says
More than 120 confirmed or possible cases of a mysterious and rare condition have been documented so far this year, mostly since August, a top federal health official said Tuesday. Acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM, mostly affects children and can paralyze arms and legs. The number of cases has surged since 2014, baffling health officials. There is no specific treatment for the disease.