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First Annual World Meningitis Day Gaining National Support
Date:4/20/2009

ccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 20% of those infected have long term consequences and between 10%-12% die from the disease each year. The United States has nearly 3,000 cases of the disease every year. The disease is transferred through respiratory secretions and the spread of the disease is facilitated through prolonged contact. Be aware that meningitis can be contracted by people of all ages, not just college-bound students.

For more information about meningitis or Passport Health, visit http://passporthealthusa.com/vaccines/home.Meningococcal.html or call 1-888-499-PASS(7277) to make an appointment.

    Jorge Eduardo Castillo
    410-727-0556
    jorge.castillo@passporthealthusa.com


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