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Top experts meet to advance holistic solutions to superbug infections spread by healthcare surfaces

(BLL Partners, LLC) Top experts in infection prevention and healthcare acquired infections (HAIs) are meeting in Dallas next week at the Healthcare Surfaces Summit 2017 to identify ways to reduce the rising menace from surface-spread healthcare-acquired superbug infections. Interdisciplinary teams representing multiple areas of expertise will collaborate to formulate integrated, actionable solutions from a holistic perspective.
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