CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 18, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(New York: Dr. Bob Arnot) The outbreak of serious infections among patients in hospitals due to doctors and heath workers not washing their hands examined. [Patient Ted ZAHR - comments on the massive bacterial infection he got while in the hospital that caused him to become a paraplegic.] [Ted's nephew Charles HAKER - says he blames the hospital.] [Dr. Marianne McGUKIN - says it is just plain negligence.] [Dr. David SHULKIN - says their washing program has reduced patient infections.]
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