E. coli Infection Hospitalizes Two Vermont Children

Two children from the central Vermont communities of Randolph and Barre Town are being treated in separate Boston hospitals for kidney failure, resulting as a complication of E. coli infections. Presently, health officials believe that the cases are unrelated.

As reported by David Delcore in the Times Argus, the five-year-old Barre Town girl and the three-year-old Randolph girl are on dialysis after being diagnosed with hemolytic uremic syndrome, or HUS.


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