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Deadly Legionnaires’ disease hits Seattle and Memphis

Waterborne Legionnaires’ disease bacteria has killed two University of Washington Medical Center patients and closed a Memphis beltway hotel. The UW Medical Center has diagnosed five patients with Legionnaires disease, including the two who died. In Memphis, six cases of the respiratory disease are linked to the now closed LaQuinta Inn at 2979 Millbranch Road.... Continue Reading
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