UK's National Health Service turns tide on C. Diff as cases fall 35%
The number of people in England infected by the hospital superbug C. diff has plunged by more than a third in a year. There were 10,866 cases reported in English hospitals between April and June 2008, down 35% on the same period in 2007, according to figures.
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