NORWAY DRUG RESISTANCE MRSA

NORWAY DRUG RESISTANCE MRSA

MRSAJon Birger Haug, doctor at Aker hospital in Oslo, Thursday, Oct 8, 2009, visiting a patient in a quarantine room at the hospital. The patient was quarantined after suspicion of H1N1. In Norway, decrease in use of antibiotics and strict routines, has led to less cases of MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), a virulent drug resistant infection that kills more people in the U.S. each year than AIDS. To go with story by Martha Mendoza. (AP Photo/Torbjorn Gronning)

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October 07, 2009 11:36:41 PM
January 05, 2010 08:36:58 AM
TORBJORN GRONNING
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
4368 x 2912 1.02 MB
MRSA, Swine flu, Drug resistance, Infectious diseases, Diseases and conditions, Health, Flu, Public health
OSLO, Norway
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TG. RC**LON** RJK**NY**

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