Infection numbers unusually low in Georgia counties
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 8, 2008
Despite their large populations, Georgia's DeKalb and Fulton counties reported relatively few cases of serious, drug-resistant staph infections to the state health department for the past three years. Experts are now wondering if Fulton and DeKalb doctors are failing to report MRSA cases in those counties. Fulton County health department officials already said they'll be taking a closer look at reporting.
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