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When I was seventeen years old, I became very sick with a food-borne illness called E. coli. I later learned that I got the bacteria from an under-cooked meat product. Because of this, I suffered from hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), which caused my kidneys to fail. I was on dialysis for three months.
My case was settled for several million dollars. It is comforting to know that when I am no longer able to work, I will still be able to provide for my family. Right now I am going to school and cannot work because school and work is just too much for my kidney disease. The doctors also say that I might have trouble having children because of the disease. One door has been closed but PritzkerOlsen has opened many others.
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Legionnaires’ Disease (LD) is an infection caused by Legionella pneumophila bacteria. As the name of the bacteria suggests, the infection (also called legionellosis) is in the lungs and causes pneumonia, generally a severe form that is often fatal. An article in the November* issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases (a CDC publication) looks at Legionnaires’ Disease Read more…
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