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<p> Preliminary results of an ongoing public health investigation indicate that a powerful sporicidal cleaning agent used in some 500 hospitals may be linked to wheezing, watery eyes, and asthma-like symptoms in healthcare workers.</p>

Protect Patients, Harm Workers? Cleaning Agent Raises Concerns

Healthcare dilemma: Kill the bugs but spare the workers