Infections more rampant than CDC will admit
This commentary in the The Washington Times says that the hospital-acquired infection rates reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Infection are much lower than reality. The CDC claims 1.7 million people contract infections in U.S. hospitals each year, but new facts discredit this estimate, the author writes.
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