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U.S. Vaping Deaths Climb To 39

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U.S. Vaping Deaths Climb To 39

U.S. Vaping Deaths Climb To 39

(Reuters) - Deaths in the United States from a mysterious lung illness linked to vaping rose to 39, with Illinois and Massachusetts confirming additional deaths in the states.

Here’s what we know about the vaping-related deaths so far: ** States that have reported deaths, according to the CDC: Alabama, California (3), Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia (3), Illinois (2), Indiana (3), Kansas (2), Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota (3), Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Oregon (2), Pennsylvania, Tennessee (2), Texas, Utah, and Virginia.


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