“Meningtis: Who May Be At Risk?”

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During this GSK-sponsored segment, Jamie discussed how as a college freshman she contracted invasive meningococcal disease, aka meningitis. “After two months in the hospital,” said Jamie, “they amputated my legs below the knee and fingers to help stop the spread of the disease.”

*This video is sponsored in part by GSK

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