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MERS Patient Improving Says CDC

The man diagnosed with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is reportedly doing “better,” according to the CDC and the Indiana Health Department officials. The health care worker contracted the disease when working in Saudi Arabia. MERS is a highly infectious disease that can be nonthreatening in some and cause death in others, USA Today writes

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