December 20, 2013
A routine tonsillectomy that left a 13-year-old girl brain dead and on life support has sparked a national debate about the risks of the simplest medical procedures, CNN's Jacque Wilson reports.
Writing in USA Today, Peter Eisler explains how one hospital realized that its town was in the midst of a community-borne outbreak of MRSA—and how they worked to contain the deadly bacteria.
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