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Outbreaks of a drug-resistant superbug fungus spread in two U.S. cities, CDC reports – CBS News

Found in hospitals and long-term care facilities, the cases indicate what may be the first known transmissions in the U.S.

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Outbreaks of a drug-resistant “superbug” fungus spread among patients in hospitals and long-term care facilities in Texas and Washington, D.C., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday. The fungus, Candida auris, preys on people…

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