Antibiotic-resistant superbug turns up in Bronx school, but officials don't notify parents
A flesh-eating bacteria made its way into a Bronx school, but education officials did not feel the need to let the public know.
An antibiotic-resistant strain of Staph turned up at the Lewis and Clark Special Education School on Tratman Ave. on Tuesday.
The bacterium, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus — or MRSA, can cause nasty boils — and some strains can lead to “flesh-eating” pneumonia and life-threatening blood infections.
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