The number of mysterious hepatitis cases in the USA reaches 180


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The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced yesterday that the number of cases of acute hepatitis transmitted to children in a country of unknown origin has reached 180.

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced yesterday that the number of cases of acute hepatitis transmitted to children in a country of unknown origin has reached 180. It was found that “adenovirus” was detected in half of the cases, and this is an important clue. The CDC said in its statement yesterday that scientists and pediatricians across the country are working on the cause of the disease, and said cases of acute hepatitis of unknown origin have reached 180 in 36 states. “While this may seem like a big increase in the number of patients screened over the past two weeks, it’s important to understand that the vast majority of these patients are what we consider to be ‘retrospective’ patients,” said the CDC. Emphasizing that not all cases were new cases but mostly retrospective cases, it was noted that the number of reported cases as of May 5 was 109.

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