Superbug Outbreak Linked To 2 Deaths At UCLA Hospital
More than 100 patients might have been exposed to a deadly bacteria known as CRE at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center.By Jay Strubberg | February 18, 2015
More than 100 patients might have been exposed to a potentially deadly superbug bacteria at a California hospital.
According to multiple outlets, the superbug, known as CRE, has been linked to the deaths of at least two patients and has infected seven others at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center.
In a statement, UCLA said the exposures occurred "during complex endoscopic procedures that took place between October 2014 and January 2015."