Bacterial Meningitis Finds New Niche in Gay Communities

Kai is a contributing correspondent for Science magazine based in Berlin, Germany.

Small clusters of infections with Neisseria meningitidis, a notoriously fast killer, are popping up in gay communities in North America and Europe. Public health experts are on the lookout for more cases as scientists try to understand the emerging pattern.

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