i have read a few of the posts on here and from what i have read mrsa is a very serious thing, but then two Dr's have posted that mrsa is not all that serious. which is it? i have read posts were people have been hospitalized and very very sick, amputations, near death even death. so which is it, no big deal, or serious? one dr even posted that a person with mrsa does not need an infectious disease dr. i am also well aware of how some dr's will blow a patient off especially if the patient asks alot of questions, i have learned that with dr's like that you either must remind them that they are working for you or find a new dr asap. i find it disturbing that a dr will post that this is not as serious as it is when on NATIONAL news just last week Vanderbilt University Hospital has spoke up and said just how serious this is and has also put all pediatritions on alert to make sure it is treated completely due to several recent deaths of teenagers in the Nashville area because they were told "it was no big deal" so please clarify why anyone would post that this is not serious.
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