A child from Snohomish County has been admitted to Seattle Children’s Hospital, increasing to nine the number of children with mysterious illnesses that caused sudden paralysis in an arm, a leg, or both arms and legs, the Washington state Department of Health said in an update Tuesday morning. Two of the nine children were from Whatcom County, including a 6-year-old from Bellingham, Daniel Ramirez, who died.
A child from Snohomish County has been admitted to Seattle Children’s Hospital, increasing to nine the number of children with mysterious illnesses that caused sudden paralysis in an arm, a leg, or both arms and legs, the Washington state Department of Health said in an update Tuesday morning. Two of the nine children were from Whatcom County, including a 6-year-old from Bellingham, Daniel Ramirez, who died. Seattle Children’s Hospital Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
A child from Snohomish County has been admitted to Seattle Children’s Hospital, increasing to nine the number of children with mysterious illnesses that caused sudden paralysis in an arm, a leg, or both arms and legs, the Washington state Department of Health said in an update Tuesday morning. Two of the nine children were from Whatcom County, including a 6-year-old from Bellingham, Daniel Ramirez, who died. Seattle Children’s Hospital Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Cluster of children with mystery illness climbs to 9, two from Whatcom

November 01, 2016 12:12 PM

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