(CBS News) Ohio State University's mumps outbreak is growing, with 40 people now infected, according to new numbers released by Columbus Public Health Friday.
That's up from 28 cases tied to the Columbus, Ohio university that were reported Tuesday.
Eighteen women and 22 men ranging in age from 18 to 48 are among those sickened. The vast majority of cases -- 32 -- are students, but also infected are four staff members, a student's relative, and three people who don't work or study at the campus but have links to the university community.
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