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Also: Once you're admitted to the hospital, you're already sick. But while some patients are trying to heal, they get an infection and get worse instead. The Centers for Disease Control reports that 1.7 million people develop these healthcare-associated infections; about 99,000 people die from them. Learn how Florida hospitals are fighting to stop people from getting sicker once they are admitted.

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