Mucormycosis: India records more than 4,300 ‘black fungus’ deaths

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“We are seeing patients who were treated aggressively for the disease and discharged from hospitals returning with a recurrent infection which is manifesting in wider spread of the disease in the eye or brain,” Dr Akshay Nair, a Mumbai-based eye surgeon, told the BBC.

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