Closer Look At Risks Of Meningococcal Bacteria

Sep 28, 2015 |
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Closer Look At Risks Of Meningococcal Bacteria

The death of a Dakota Wesleyan University student is raising new awareness about the meningococcal bacteria and whether it’s easily transmitted from one person to the next. The good news is that the potentially deadly bacteria is not as contagious as germs that cause the common cold or the flu.  The bug isn’t spread by casual contact or by simply by breathing the air where a person with meningococcal disease has been.  The bad news is that an infected person can be contagious
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