Possible West Nile Virus Transmission to an Infant Through Breast Feeding--Michigan, 2002

October 2002
MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report;10/4/2002, Vol. 51 Issue 39, p877
Presents an update on the investigation of West Nile Virus infection in a woman who received a blood product in Michigan as of October 2002. Information on the blood product received by the woman who delivered a healthy infant in September 2002; Medical history of the patient; Result of the patient's laboratory examination.


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