This illustration depicts a three-dimensional computer-generated image of a group of CRE bacteria. At UCLA Medical Center, exposure to drug-resistant “nightmare bacteria” may have endangered as many as 179 patients and is suspected in at least two deaths.<252><252><252>
This illustration depicts a three-dimensional computer-generated image of a group of CRE bacteria. At UCLA Medical Center, exposure to drug-resistant “nightmare bacteria” may have endangered as many as 179 patients and is suspected in at least two deaths.<252><252><252> Melissa Brower Centers for Disease Control
This illustration depicts a three-dimensional computer-generated image of a group of CRE bacteria. At UCLA Medical Center, exposure to drug-resistant “nightmare bacteria” may have endangered as many as 179 patients and is suspected in at least two deaths.<252><252><252> Melissa Brower Centers for Disease Control

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