TAIWAN: First-ever case of O-157 E-coli infection confirmed in Taiwan
The first-ever confirmed case of infection with the O-157 strain of E-coli bacteria in Taiwan was reported last week. The Associated Press revealed this week that a six-year-old Chinese-American boy was hospitalised Sunday with infection of the food-borne bacteria. He has suffered complications linked to the infection called hemolytic uremic syndrome, in which the kidneys fail and the red blood cells are destroyed.
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