Report: U.S. swine flu deaths linked to chronic illnesses

05/8/2009 | Google

The two people who died from swine flu in the U.S. -- a toddler and a 33-year-old pregnant woman -- had chronic health problems at the time they were infected with the virus, according to the CDC. The finding indicates that people who are at a higher risk are those suffering from severe illness as well as young children and the elderly.

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