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BBC Breakfast spoke to Tracey and Emily Saunders, whose son and brother Edward died after contracting Meningitis W.
Teenagers in England are to be offered a vaccine against a deadly strain of meningitis, after a sharp rise in cases. Just 22 people contracted Meningitis W in 2009, but that number rose to 117 last year – an increase of over 400 per cent. Now there are plans to roll out an immunisation programme in a bid to stop the disease spreading.
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