Staph Infection MRSA Superbug May Kill More Than HIV

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MRSA Superbug

It is tempting to write that plain-old staph infection superbug turn out in the US to be killing more people than AIDS, but this isn't plain-old staph. In the Journal of the American Medical Association this week is a disturbing report on the spread of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, MRSA. It appears to be as much as twice as common as has been reported

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