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Zachary Rubin, Robert Cherry, David Feinberg Dr. David Feinberg, president, UCLA Health System, right, takes questions from the media outside the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles . Health officials at the news conference sought to reassure the public that a "superbug" bacterial outbreak at the local hospital doesn't pose any threat to public health. A day earlier, UCLA officials said nearly 180 patients at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center had been exposed to antibiotic-resistant bacteria called CRE. At left, is Dr. Zachary Rubin, medical director of clinical epidemiology and infection prevention and at center is Dr. Robert Cherry, chief medical and quality officer, UCLA Health System
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Zachary Rubin, Robert Cherry, David Feinberg Dr. David Feinberg, president, UCLA Health System, right, takes questions from the media outside the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles . Health officials at the news conference sought to reassure the public that a "superbug" bacterial outbreak at the local hospital doesn't pose any threat to public health. A day earlier, UCLA officials said nearly 180 patients at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center had been exposed to antibiotic-resistant bacteria called CRE. At left, is Dr. Zachary Rubin, medical director of clinical epidemiology and infection prevention and at center is Dr. Robert Cherry, chief medical and quality officer, UCLA Health System

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