Skip to comments.Drug-Resistant Staph Germ's Toll Is Higher Than Thought
Posted on 10/17/2007 6:57:17 AM PDT by zencat
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Thank you so much! I am doing much better, but am still concerned about a recurrance.
I just heard on FNC that an illegal with drug reisitance TB has been deported 76 times. (He keeps coming back, using alias - and even flying. I think they said he has flown Delta.)
Just the thought of being at 30,000 feet, locked in a steel tube with someone who is breathing an incurable germ into the air makes me ill.
And, Tas - yes we do love each other accross the country through prayer. I am so greatful.
Thank you for this information. I have been aware that not all medical people will tell you the complete truth about the nature of your risks in the care of someone else. I did not realize that this has been an industry wide problem extending into hospitals. I am sure I am not alone in that.
I do have to agree with you EDINVA about the illegal problem. I live in Southern Crazyfornia and it does worry me. Modern arrogance and a generation or more since there has been a true medical scare(polio), have caused way too many people to become lazy and complacent.
And that is just plain scary about your son’s experience in the food industry. Yikes!!!
I wonder if anyone has tried using crocodillin the peptide anti-biotic derived from crocodile blood. It would be interesting to see if they could use it in trial runs.
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