Rare Kawasaki-like inflammatory disease 'is TWICE as common in youngsters of African heritage'
Posted On: Jun 3, 2020 | Posted By: Daily Mail
A small study of 21 children admitted to a hospital in Paris with the condition found more than half of youngsters had African heritage.Continue reading ...
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