Jails Hit With Costly Lawsuits Over Staph Infections

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After finishing a term at Pennsylvania’s Gloucester County Jail, Michael DiFelice developoed a septic cyst that a doctor said would “explode unless we operate,” says the Philadelphia Inquirer. He suffered from methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus – MRSA – a strain of a common bacterium that causes staph infections, spreads by casual contact that sometimes goes
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