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New York Student's Death Tied to Staph 'Superbug'


Society & Culture  (tags: superbug, staph, student, death, teen, humans, health, society, usa )


- 4193 days ago - news.aol.com
NEW YORK (Oct. 26) - School officials urged parents to report any signs of antibiotic-resistant staph infections after a middle-school student apparently died of the "superbug." But city health officials said there was "no reason to believe that other



   

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Michele DiGiorgi (320)
Saturday October 27, 2007, 7:23 pm
This is a very sad situation for this young child, thank you Chris, sadly noted...this is a disease that everyone should be aware of...it's scary for all...especially our school age children...it seems to hitting them very hard...we need to look more deeper into what and how this is happening so we don't lose any more young innocent lives...like this young student...god rest his soul....we need to find out how to fight this damn thing....
I will say many blessings to the doctors and all of our children and to everyone that is even exposed to this killer...much respect.....
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Edward H (45)
Sunday October 28, 2007, 12:10 am
My heart goes out to this young man's family and friends. This can indeed be a dangerous health risk. One of the kitchen workers in our school district has it and it is ever present in our minds. Good hygiene, (washing hands, etc.), is EXTREMEMLY important.
 
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