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Whooping cough makes a comeback

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / August 3, 2004

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It sounds like something straight out of Dickens, closer to 1804 than 2004 -- a rattling, breath-robbing, rib-cracking cough, symptoms that linger for months, loss of sleep and weight. (Full Article: 816 Words)

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