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Doctors Report ™ Illness Tracker ™ alerts you to the Illnesses around you now which can make your family miserable. And forecasts the future. We use current diagnoses from Doctors offices, clinics and hospitals near you and around the country. Be prepared and go to your doctor.

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Lyme Disease at serious levels for school aged children in western suburbs of Cleveland; slow but steady increases in many other locations

Mono at high levels in multiple DC suburban communities with adults at highest levels; school age children in Walnut Creek, Clayton and Tracy California experiencing high mono levels

Strep at serious levels in Charlotte metro and eastern areas of Providence metro

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