Japan's 'Kawasaki disease' doctor dies at 95

6/10/2020 6:02:00 PM

The mysterious illness is in the news again after physicians in various countries reported Kawasaki-like conditions as possible complications rising among young people with the coronavirus

Tomisaku Kawasaki, Japan

The mysterious illness is in the news again after physicians in various countries reported Kawasaki-like conditions as possible complications rising among young people with the coronavirus.

The mysterious illness is in the news again after physicians in various countries reported Kawasaki-like conditions as possible complications rising among young people with the coronavirus

Updated 9:46 PM, June 10, 2020TOMISAKU KAWASAKI. This undated handout photograph provided by the Japan Kawasaki Disease Reasearch Center and received via Jiji Press on June 10, 2020, shows a portrait of Japanese pediatrician Tomisaku Kawasaki at an undisclosed location in Japan. AFP PHOTO/JAPAN KAWASAKI DISEASE RESEARCH CENTER vis JIJI PRESS

TOKYO, Japan – The Japanese doctor who discovered the mysterious"Kawasaki's disease"– recently in the headlines for some similarities to coronavirus – has died of natural causes aged 95, his research NGO said Wednesday, June 10.Pediatrician Tomisaku Kawasaki first noticed the disease in the 1960s as a junior doctor when he began treating children with fever, red eyes and a rash with no clear cause.

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Published 9:46 PM, June 10, 2020 Updated 9:46 PM, June 10, 2020 TOMISAKU KAWASAKI.The Japanese parliament enacted Friday a revised anti-online piracy law to tighten copyright control, banning illicit downloading of manga, magazines and academic texts, in addition to music and videos that were already covered by the existing legislation.TOKYO - Japan and Britain will formally begin negotiations Tuesday on a free trade agreement, aiming to clinch a deal by the end of the year when the transition period for the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union ends.Paediatrician Tomisaku Kawasaki first noticed the disease in the 1960s as a junior doctor when he began treating children with fever, red eyes and a rash with no clear cause.

This undated handout photograph provided by the Japan Kawasaki Disease Reasearch Center and received via Jiji Press on June 10, 2020, shows a portrait of Japanese pediatrician Tomisaku Kawasaki at an undisclosed location in Japan. AFP PHOTO/JAPAN KAWASAKI DISEASE RESEARCH CENTER vis JIJI PRESS TOKYO, Japan – The Japanese doctor who discovered the mysterious "Kawasaki's disease" – recently in the headlines for some similarities to coronavirus – has died of natural causes aged 95, his research NGO said Wednesday, June 10. The ban on illegal downloading will take effect on Jan. Pediatrician Tomisaku Kawasaki first noticed the disease in the 1960s as a junior doctor when he began treating children with fever, red eyes and a rash with no clear cause. Britain departed from the European Union in January and is in trade negotiations with dozens of countries. He reported 50 cases as an unknown disorder in 1967, since when the condition – which mostly affects very young children – has become internationally recognized as"Kawasaki disease. 1." Symptoms can include swelling of the hands and feet, swollen lymph glands in the neck and irritation and inflammation of the mouth, lips, and throat, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, scientists are yet to confirm a meaningful link between Kawasaki disease and the pandemic.

The disease"occurs worldwide, with the highest incidence in Japan, and it most often affects boys and younger children," the CDC said.75 billion) to publishers. Trade minister Hiroshi Kajiyama on Tuesday said Japan wants to see Britain remove auto tariffs "as quickly as possible. The mysterious illness was in the news again this year, after physicians in .