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CDC: Some monkeypox cases more severe than ‘originally thought’

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes some people with the disease have experienced debilitating symptoms. Most of these severe cases are being seen in people who are also infected with advanced stages of HIV. The U.S. has about 25,000 cases reported, and one death has been attributed to monkeypox.
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CDC: Some monkeypox cases more severe than ‘originally thought’

The U.S. has about 25,000 cases of monkeypox reported, and one death has been attributed to the disease.

2 months ago
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CDC: Some monkeypox cases more severe than ‘originally thought’

The U.S. has about 25,000 cases of monkeypox reported, and one death has been attributed to the disease.

2 months ago·Cedar Rapids, United States
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CDC: Some monkeypox cases more severe than ‘originally thought’

The U.S. has about 25,000 cases of monkeypox reported, and one death has been attributed to the disease.

2 months ago·Richmond County, United States
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CDC: Some monkeypox cases more severe than ‘originally thought’

The U.S. has about 25,000 cases of monkeypox reported, and one death has been attributed to the disease.

2 months ago
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CDC: Some monkeypox cases more severe than ‘originally thought’

The U.S. has about 25,000 cases of monkeypox reported, and one death has been attributed to the disease.

2 months ago
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CDC: Some monkeypox cases more severe than ‘originally thought’

The U.S. has about 25,000 cases of monkeypox reported, and one death has been attributed to the disease.

2 months ago
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