CDC: West Nile cases increasing

06/7/2007 | Reuters

West Nile virus has driven the number of cases of encephalitis and meningitis to their highest levels since 2003. A CDC report said there were 4,261 cases of disease caused by the virus in 2006, and Idaho, Texas, Colorado, California and Nebraska had the most cases. A CDC epidemiologist said West Nile virus "is not going away" in the U.S.

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