CMU student treated for bacterial meningitis
A Central Michigan University student living in Trout Residence Hall has tested positive for bacterial meningitis, according to a release from the university.
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#1 May 9, 2012
The school president should resign over the handeling of this tragedy. One roomate of Collins was contacted by the University only after his father called them after seeing the above post which was posted almost 16 hours after Collins fell ill. Prayers are with the Collins family and all other students that may still need medical attention due to the negligance of the university.
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