More than a third of states confirm cases of the West Nile virus

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More than a third of states have confirmed cases of the West Nile virus, transmitted by mosquitoes. NBC News medical contributor Natalie Azar explains why we are seeing cases of the West Nile virus earlier in the summer and breaks down the health risks associated with the virus. 

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