He died of AH1N1 first infected in Rancagua
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The first victim of the virus in the region is a woman who suffered from chronic liver disease.
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Written by Cynthia King
This Saturday the first victim died of influenza in human capital is a woman of 45 years who suffered from liver disease. The woman also present, an autoimmune liver disease, leading to an overall organizational failure. The patient died this weekend at the Clinica Integral Ranscagua, where he remained confined since Tuesday.
According to the report issued by the Health SEREMI, 915 cases have been reported in the region. There are 304 cases in Rancagua, Rengo at 154 San Vicente 70 cases, Machali 60, San Fernando 63, Mostazal 35, Santa Cruz in 30 cases and in other communities less than 30 cases each.