CDC: Superbug involved in Tijuana bariatric surgery infections showed concerning mutation | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


CDC: Superbug involved in Tijuana bariatric surgery infections showed concerning mutation

The superbug that infected nearly a dozen Americans who recently underwent weight-loss surgery at a Tijuana hospital had a particularly nasty genetic mutation that set off alarm bells after patients began showing up in hospitals and doctors officers with painful wounds.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a travel warning this week, notifying the public that 11 Americans who traveled to Tijuana hospitals for weight-loss surgery had become infected with drug-resistant pseudomonus aeruginosa infections during their stays.

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