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Mumps, Mumps, and More Mumps!

Posted: April 21, 2014

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Sick with mumps?  Sick of hearing about mumps?   Sick of school but still have to finish? (sorry, can't help you there) Unfortunately, mumps is still with us.  As of April 15, 2014, the number of cases of mumps in central Ohio has topped 200.  If you want detailed information about the illness, here it is.  

Submitted by JoHanna D'Epiro, P.A.

And if you feel like reading, here is list of references used to develop the presentation:

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