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HFMD can kill if not immediately treated

A notice on the closure of a school due to HFMD.

A notice on the closure of a school due to HFMD.

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KUALA LUMPUR — July 27, 2018: Chronic complications arising from the hand, foot and mouth (HFMD) disease can lead to death, warned a doctor.

According to public health specialist with the Health Ministry’s Disease Control Division, Dr. Norita Shamsudin, although HFMD is a mildly infectious contagious disease, the risks are high if it was not treated early.

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