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The recent widely publicized finding that methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus now kills more people annually than HIV/AIDS in the United States could result in a shift in public health priorities and funding as the true impact of MRSA in health care and the community comes to painful light.

For whom the bug tolls: MRSA kills more people in U.S. annually than HIV/AIDS