Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, October 5th, 2004
The woman, who was 82, died of complications due to West Nile virus encephalitis, the department said.
The agency said 17 other cases also have been confirmed, bringing to 63 the total number of laboratory-confirmed cases in New Mexico this year.
The newly announced cases included the first reported cases this year from Curry, Lea and Roosevelt counties. The other new cases include five from Bernalillo County, six from San Juan County and one each from Sandoval, Santa Fe McKinley...
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