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M.D. News Conference on Meningitis Case

Feb. 13, 2007
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Baylor University began a series of preventive health measures Monday, Feb. 12, after doctors confirmed that a student has been diagnosed with meningococcal meningitis. Participating in the news conference were (L to R) Dr. Mark Schwartze, a neurologist who is Baylor's medical director, and Dr. Farley Verner, a Waco infectious diseases specialist and public health officer with the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District.

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