Dec 20, 2013
Medical Mystery Takes a Toll on Cambodian Children
Posted on Jul 12, 2012
Medical professionals are puzzling over why a hand, foot and mouth disease has killed so many children in a relatively small outbreak in Cambodia.
Outbreaks have occurred in Vietnam, China, Japan, Singapore and Australia with mostly nonfatal consequences, but in Cambodia the disease has killed most of the children afflicted.
—Posted by Alexander Reed Kelly
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