Atypical Myopathy Cases Discovered in Europe

An ongoing spring outbreak of atypical myopathy has caused a reported 47 cases in Europe to date, according to an alert group led by Belgian researchers.

Reports of new cases continue to stream into the data being collected by the Atypical Myopathy Alert Group (AMAG) at the University of Liége, according to Gaby van Galen, DVM, MSc, Dipl. ECEIM, one of the group's two p

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