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Deadly, Drug-Resistant Infection Showing up Around the United States A drug-resistant germ that has hit the U.S. is being called a “creature from the black lagoon” by a CDC official who worries about its impact on frail Americans. “It is a creature from the black lagoon. It bubbled up and now it is everywhere.” Dr. Tom Chiller, who heads the CDC’s mycotic diseases branch, said. The fungus can “persist on surfaces in healthcare environments. This can result in spread of C. auris between patients in healthcare facilities,” the CDC warned. Most cases in America “have been detected in the New York City area, New Jersey, and the Chicago area,” the CDC said. Chiller said C. auris has hit “the sickest of the sick — people who are in and out of ICUs and also have central lines or immune-system-lowering conditions such as diabetes.” Cases of the fungus in America “are a result of inadvertent introduction into the United States from a patient who recently received healthcare in a country where C. auris has been reported or a result of local spread after such an introduction,” the CDC said. The CDC has estimated that overall, roughly half of those infected die within 90 days. The fungus is feared because nothing in the current arsenal of drugs used to treat such diseases can kill it. https://www.westernjournal.com/deadly-drug-resistant-infection-showing-around-united-states/
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