Hospital Infection Lawsuits

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For numerous reasons, hospital infections are increasing, and so are medical malpractice lawsuits that claim hospital infections are to blame, from a staph infection causing kidney damage to a flesh-eating bacteria (from an infection) causing death. Alarmingly, and despite hospital arguments, most of these infections are preventable. All too frequently patients are admitted to hospital to be cured and find they are sicker than before: hospitals are making people ill.

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