Dr. Calandro discusses how to prevent EV-D68
BATON ROUGE - Dr. Mindy Calandro, a pediatrician in the Baton Rouge area, answered questions on News 2 at 4 Thursday concerning enterovirus D68.
Enterovirus D68 has recently become a cause for concern as it has spread to hundreds of children across the country. Health officials confirmed two children are being treated for the virus at Our Lady of the Lake in Baton Rouge.
For additional information about enterovirus D68, visit the CDC's website.
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