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Could it be sepsis? CDC wants more people to ask

from The New York Times

"Between 1 million and 3 million Americans are given diagnoses of sepsis each year, and 15 to 30 percent of them will die," said Thomas R. Frieden, MD, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sepsis most commonly affects people over 65, but children also are susceptible. According to one estimate, more than 42,000 children develop sepsis in the United States every year, and 4,400 die. Sepsis appears to be on the rise. more

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