Viral Outbreak in N.Y.

Host Bob Edwards talks with Dr. Tracey McNamara, head pathologist at the Bronx Zoo, about the deadly viral outbreak in New York. She helped officials identify the virus by tracing it through infected birds in and around the zoo. Scientists now think it's West Nile Fever that has killed four people and hospitalized about 30.



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