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Topic - Uab Hospital
UAB Hospital is shocking part of its water system with chlorine, the latest response to an outbreak of deadly legionella bacteria.
The state says UAB Hospital was late in reporting an outbreak of deadly legionella bacteria that infected patients.
Robert Moore of Tuscaloosa was kept alive by machines in the intensive care unit for part of November and all of December - his diagnosis: severe pneumonia and the H1N1 flu.