Number of dangerous fungal disease on rise in N.J., according to CDC

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Cases of a newly-emerging strain of fungal disease that can be fatal have jumped in New Jersey and New York since the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention first warned hospitals about it late last year. There have now been 15 reported cases of Candida auris in New Jersey, and 39 in New York, according…

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