Vet: Delayed diagnosis of bird deaths contributed to West Nile spread

04/29/2010 | Newsweek

Dr. Tracey McNamara was the Bronx Zoo's head pathologist when dead crows began mysteriously falling from the sky in June 1999. Today, McNamara says conditions combined to delay the diagnosis of West Nile, which led to human deaths later that summer.

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