Tests show toddler carrying non-threatening Polio

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May 13, 2007 10:38

 
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Test results showed on Sunday that the two-year-old girl from Kiryat Bialik who was diagnosed with polio is carrying a non-threatening form of the disease that does not affect human beings. According to Army Radio, the girl was apparently infected by someone who had received a vaccination containing live viral elements.

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