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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - University Medical Center In Hamburg
When Nicoletta Pabst woke up last week with stomach cramps and diarrhea at her Hamburg home, it didn't really bother her too much. But when she discovered blood in her stool a few hours later, she got worried.
Nicoletta Pabst could not believe what she saw twelve days ago when she rushed to a Hamburg hospital with stomach cramps, diarrhea and blood in her stool.
Hospitals in northern Germany are being overwhelmed as they struggle to provide enough beds and medical care for patients stricken by an outbreak of E. coli, the German health minister admitted Sunday.
German agricultural authorities on Sunday identified locally grown beansprouts as the likely cause of an E. coli outbreak that has killed 22 people and sickened more than 2,200 others in Europe.
Germany's health minister is defending his country's handling of the E. coli outbreak that has killed 18 people and sickened hundreds as he tours a hospital in Hamburg.