Rare Neurological ‘Mystery Illness’
A rare condition causing weakness in the arms or legs – and sometimes paralysis – has been confirmed in 62 children so far this year. The rare neurological condition is called acute flaccid myelitis (FLA-sid MY-uh -LIE-tis) , or AFM.
The condition happens in fewer than one in a million children in the U.S. So far this year, cases have been confirmed in 22 states including North Carolina.
*90% of AFM cases the CDC has been studying since 2014 have involved patients 18 or younger. The average age of the children is about 4…
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