July 17, 2007: Three Huntsville E. coli Victims Improving But Still Hospitalized

Steve Doyle of the Huntsville Times reports that the three victims of the Little Rosie's E. coli outbreak remain hospitalized, although they are beginning to show signs of improvement...

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All three patients (a five-year-old and two adults) were undergoing dialysis as a result of Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (HUS), a rare but life-threatening complication of E. coli food poisoning.

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