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Hospitals that cooperate on infection control fare better than hospitals acting alone



Hospitals that cooperate on infection control fare better than hospitals acting alone







An individual hospital's infection control efforts have a ripple effect on the prevalence of a deadly and highly infectious bacterium in hospitals throughout its surrounding region, a multi-center research group led by the University of Pittsburgh demonstrated in a computer simulation-based study.

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