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This illustration released by the Centers for Disease Control depicts a 3D computer-generated image of a group of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae bacteria. A potentially deadly "superbug" resistant to antibiotics infected seven patients, including two who died, and more than 100 others were exposed at a Southern California hospital through contaminated medical instruments. (AP Photo/Centers for Disease Control)

(Bloomberg) — A powerful and deadly bacterial “superbug” has been spreading through a Los Angeles hospital, putting more than a hundred patients at risk, infecting at least seven and potentially contributing to the deaths of two.

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