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Parents in the Lac La Ronge Indian Band in Northern Saskatchewan are devastated after the death of their nine-month-old son.
The boy died of meningitis.
Since the boy’s death, the regions health authority is now warning parents about the dangers of the disease.
4 thoughts on “Saskatchewan doctor issues warning to parents after young boy dies of meningitis”
Why is it that the systems only speak out or do anything only after a tragedy happens/tragedies are predictable +probable +the medical systems know things are very possible but yet do not do serious preventative public education etc eg until after a death or many critical incidents/Preventative Public Education is always important
This article sounds like it was written by a 12 year old there should be more details about the sickness like symptoms and what to look out for.
My son contacted this disease as a six month old baby, and the first sign was I took him to the doctor because he had flu like smytoms, but they too thought it was the flu and was sent home that about early afternoon, by late afternoon he seems like he was comatose, we rush him to hospital, where a doctor recognized what it was , because he had a patient in another hospital with this disease, they gave a fifty-five chance for survival that night, but Praise God he heal my babyboy , now he is all grow up ,
I wonder if the the editor of theCalgary Herald is owned by a reincarnation of Hitler ??
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