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Want to stop superbugs? Then don't insist on always taking antibiotics

To the editor: First, my condolences to the family of Sharley McMullen, who died after acquiring a bacterial infection in the hospital. (“No one knows how many patients are dying from superbug infections in California hospitals,” Oct. 2) Second, it is the state medical board’s mandate that when...
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