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Lung illness tied to vaping has killed 5 people as new case reports surge

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 8 September 2019 ()
Lung illness tied to vaping has killed 5 people as new case reports surgeHealth officials said that a fifth person has died of a mysterious lung illness tied to vaping. There are now 450 possible cases in 33 states and one territory, including the five deaths, they said.Amid the surge in cases, physicians...
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News video: Lung Illness Cases Possibly Related to Vaping Have Increased, Says CDC

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Lung Illness Cases Possibly Related to Vaping Have Increased, Says CDC. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of cases has reached 450 people across 33 states. That number has doubled since last month, when only 215 vaping-related cases were found. According to...

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