Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, October 11th, 1999
The CDC identified a West Nile-like virus in tissue sample from a New York City resident who recently died from encephalitis. The CDC has identified the West Nile-like virus from birds that died in New York City and were submitted for testing by the Bronx Zoo.
In addition, CDC confirmed that birds and mosquitoes in Connecticut also have been infected with West Nile-like virus. CDC, in collaboration with the New York State, New York City and...
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