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November 2012 Current Events: Disasters & Science News

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Here are the key events in Science and Disasters news for the month of November 2012.

  • Aftermath of the Meningitis Outbreak Continues (Nov. 14): The case count for the meningitis outbreak continues to rise in the United States. Thirty-two people have died. More than 400 have been infected while 14,000 may have been exposed. Michigan is the state with the most cases at 112. Tennessee has the second most with 78. Officials believe it may be months before the disease's incubation period has passed.

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