And some newer entries have crept up as well. “Sepsis and necrotizing fasciitis were very rare in previous eras, and, now, it’s not that they’re common, but they’re much more common than they used to be,”

Here’s an informative article, not only for those interested in the diagnosis and treatment of the flesh-eating bacteria, but plenty of other diseases.

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