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  1. Warning: Flesh-eating bacteria in the BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | ABC2 Maryland

    With a flesh-eating bacteria often going unnoticed in the Chesapeake Bay, legislators are rallying behind a bill that would warn potential victims. The naturally-occurring bacteria, which causes infections called Vibriosis, is most commonly contracted through open wounds or cuts.

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  2. NV Nursing students tour the only burn care center in the stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | KTNV-TV Las Vegas

    Looking at him today, it's hard to believe that just two years ago, he was a patient at University Medical Center's Lions Burn Care Center. Now, he comes back regularly to encourage others who have survived severe burns or multiple amputations like himself.

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  3. The dazzling People's Strictly was not one to missRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Redditch Advertiser

    They've received the opportunity of a lifetime, trained tirelessly with a professional dancer and been glammed up head to toe in preparation for the big moment. This evening we watched six members of the public strut their stuff on the ballroom floor in Comic Relief's The People's Strictly in a bid to win the coveted Glitter Ball trophy.

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  4. Real quick rundown of Phillies spring training injuriesRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 10 | The Good Phight

    You never know whose knees are going to explode or who is going to contract a flesh-eating virus at Phillies training camp! It's just one of those wacky places where anything can happen. Sadly, many Phillies players are in recovery for/currently suffering from an ailment of some kind.

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  5. Cashner concerned for ailing motherRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Major League Baseball

    Andrew Cashner was in the Padres' clubhouse on Tuesday, but his thoughts were with his mother, Jane, who was diagnosed with leukemia in September and recently had her right leg amputated below the knee. "She's on a breathing machine, on a dialysis machine and on a feeding tube.

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  6. Cashner's thoughts with ailing motherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Padres starting pitcher Andrew Cashner focuses as he follows through on a pitch against the Chicago Cubs. Miranda Perez - U-T - Andrew Cashner threw three no-hit innings Monday against the Cubs at packed-out Sloan Park, but the Padres right-hander's thoughts were hundreds of miles away.

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  7. Al Kresta Speaking on "The Media and Today's Church"Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 9 | Patch.com

    Al Kresta is a broadcaster, journalist and author who is, first of all, a missionary. He is President and CEO of Ave Maria Radio and host of Kresta in the Afternoon."

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  8. Burke County teacher battles flesh-eating bacteriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | News 12 WRDW

    Superintendent Rudy Falana said he had learned about the case Monday. The teacher works at Burke County High school, Falana said.

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  9. Multiple contract flesh eating bacteria in RochesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | WIVB-TV Buffalo

    Rochester General Hospital said it's treated multiple people for necrotizing faciitis, known as flesh eating bacteria. Although the hospital said it wouldn't discuss any specific cases, it said it has isolated the patients in conformity with modern protection measures.

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  10. Four deaths due to 'Group A' strep, three deaths in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | WHEC-TV Rochester

    County health officials confirm more than a dozen people have tested positive for "Group A" strep. It can lead to flesh eating bacteria or toxic shock syndrome.

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  11. Two Hospitalized with Flesh-Eating BacteriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | WHAM-AM Rochester

    Rochester N.Y- There is no word on the conditions of two people hospitalized with the flesh-eating bacteria, also known as necrotizing fasciitis The infection is rare develops when a strep infection spreads to body tissue. The patients are at Rochester General Hospital.

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  12. Health officials investigating local cases of flesh eating bacteriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | WHEC-TV Rochester

    Multiple cases of a flesh eating bacteria have been confirmed in our area, so we're taking a closer look at the strain that doctors say is causing it. On Saturday, Rochester General Hospital officials confirmed they're treating patients for a flesh eating bacteria called Necrotizing Fasciitis, which can be fatal if not quickly and properly treated.

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  13. Could an HIV drug beat strep throat, flesh-eating bacteria?Read the original story

    Sunday Mar 1 | Medical News Today

    With antibiotic resistance on the rise, scientists are looking for innovative ways to combat bacterial infections. The pathogen that causes conditions from strep throat to flesh-eating disease is among them, but scientists have now found a tool that could help them fight it: a drug approved to treat HIV .

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  14. Cases of flesh eating bacteria confirmed at Rochester General HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | WHEC-TV Rochester

    Officials at Rochester Regional Health System tell News 10NBC that patients have been treated for necrotizing fasciitis, commonly referred to as flesh eating bacteria, at Rochester General Hospital. Federal health care privacy laws prevent officials from sharing specific patient information, but they say none of the cases have been contracted within the hospital.

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  15. Cases of flesh eating bacteria at RGHRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | 13WHAM

    According to the Center for Disease Control, the infection is extremely rare. A spokesperson for Rochester Regional Health System says that none of the cases were contracted at the hospital.

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  16. Lyme vaccine number 2- Vaccine history Rheumatic FeverRead the original story

    Feb 27, 2015 | LymeBlog News and Personal Stories

    Vaccines which actually provide protection against a target infection are slow to perfect, Jenner and the Cowpox/Smallpox model not-withstanding. Rheumatic Fever, is no longer a significant public health problem in the developed world.

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  17. Why Strictly Come Dancing is better without celebritiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Harwich and Manningtree Standard

    The glamorous dresses, glitter ball and gallant moves make television gold, but The People's Strictly taught us something was missing from the past 12 series ordinary people. Michael is dancing with Aliona Vilani in memory of his son, Dave, who died of Meningitis aged 13 in 1999.

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  18. The tears generated by Strictly rivalled the rain in Paloma Faith's Brit Awards performance.Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Guardian-series.co.uk

    The glamorous dresses, glitter ball and gallant moves make television gold, but The People's Strictly taught us something was missing from the past 12 series ordinary people. Michael is dancing with Aliona Vilani in memory of his son, Dave, who died of Meningitis aged 13 in 1999.

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  19. The People's Strictly - meet the contestantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Hampshire Chronicle

    There aren't many people who've watched Strictly Come Dancing, and haven't imagined themselves parading down the steps and taking to the floor with the pros. Now, for the first time in its year 11-year history, six members of the general public are set to become the new stars of the show.

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  20. Can an HIV drug beat strep throat, flesh-eating bacteria?Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | R & D

    With antibiotic resistance on the rise, scientists are looking for innovative ways to combat bacterial infections. The pathogen that causes conditions from strep throat to flesh-eating disease is among them, but scientists have now found a tool that could help them fight it: a drug approved to treat HIV.

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