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28 Pregnant Women Dead From H1N1 Swine Flu in U.S.
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CDC: 'Striking' Swine Flu Severity Seen in Pregnant Women
Daniel J. DeNoon
Reviewed By Louise Chang, MD
The 28 women who died were among about 100 pregnant women who required intensive care because of severe H1N1 swine flu disease.
"Doctors around the country have never seen this kind of thing before," CDC respiratory disease chief Anne Schuchat, MD, said today at a news conference. "What we are seeing is quite striking."
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