‘Superbug’ Infects 9 Patients, 3 Die From Previously Undisclosed Outbreak in Colorado

May 6, 2016 (1:00 pm) — At least eight patients were infected with a deadly ‘superbug’ earlier this year — two of whom died — following an endoscopic procedure, my research has found. Olympus (Center Valley, PA) filed a regulatory report...

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THE SEATTLE TIMES: Senator Patty Murray urges FDA to Act to Prevent “Superbug” Infections Following GI Endoscopy

The February 4, 2015, edition of The Seattle Times newspaper publishes the article: “After Virginia Mason superbug, Patty Murray urges FDA action” The article’s sub-title states: “U.S. Sen. Patty Murray has called on the federal Food and Drug Administration to Read More …

THE SEATTLE TIMES: “Undisclosed superbug sickened dozens at Virginia Mason”

The Seattle Times: “Undisclosed superbug sickened dozens at Virginia Mason” (January 22, 2015) An outbreak of multidrug-resistant superbugs spread by contaminated endoscopes infected at least 35 patients at Virginia Mason Medical Center between 2012 and 2014. Neither the hospital nor Read More …