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Cases of swine flu higher among city blacks, Hispanics

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By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / August 18, 2009

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Since its arrival in Boston in late April, swine flu has proved to be a particular source of misery to the city’s African-American and Hispanic residents, causing hospitalizations at far higher levels than other groups, disease trackers report. (Full article: 903 words)

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