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Brian Hugh Warner (1969-), known publicly as Marilyn Manson, American musician and artist. Manson’s controversial style has led to his popularity. His stage name stems from the conjunction of blonde bombshell Marilyn Monroe and serial killer Charles Manson.

Manson was diagnosed with swine flue in 2009. He wrote about it on his blog:
“So I have officially been diagnosed, by a real doctor, with THE SWINE FLU… Unfortunately, I am going to survive….“

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that flu-related hospitalizations and deaths do continue to rise and are higher than what is normally expected for this time of year. They suggest several measures to stay healthy, including getting vaccinated and following public health advice.
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