Fight Staph Infections, Inc. 
My battle with a hospital acquired MRSA infection
MRSA in the Schools

It is very important for all students not to share any personal items like razors or towels.
All clothes should be washed, as well as, sheets and towels with water and laundry detergents.  A hot dryer will help kill the bacteria.  Students should keep their hands clean by washing with soap and water, or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.  Also, schools should educate athletes on ways to prevent spreading staph infections.  

The following links are ways to help educate our students.  If you would like a brochure on 
"Preventing Staph Infections at Schools", please email us at or call us at (864) 431-1411.

About Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) among Athletes

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcous aureus (MRSA) in Schools

MRSA Confirmed in Dead New York School System

Recommendations for Placement of Children with MRSA in School System

New March 2009
Microbiologist Invent Coating to Protect Athletes From Infection

New August 2009
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