“20 Questions: You Never Thought to Ask.”
ABC News 20/20, Profiles Actress Alicia Cole who nearly died from 'Flesh-Eating Disease;' following a routine surgical procedure. In their new book, 'SuperFreakonomics' the authors say Hospital Infections are preventable.
The Public’s Right to Know
Necrotizing Fasciitis Survivor Alicia Cole and concerned citizens rally outside the Hospital Associated Infections Advisory Committee meeting at the Dept. of Public Health.
What is NF
GRAPHIC IMAGES* Explanation and examples of the deadly disease Necrotizing Fasciitis, often referred to as 'Man-Eating Flesh Disease". Hospital-acquired NF Survivor Alicia Cole created this video to illustrate the devastation cause by this horrible bacteria.
Fourth Grade Reporter Myles Marchand interviews Necrotizing Fasciitis Survivor Alicia Cole about staph infections and the importance of hand washing. This video is a great tool to facilitate Patient Safety discussions with kids.
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A simple procedure pioneered by a Los Angeles area surgeon -- involving something you probably already have at home -- can stop these infections.
Alicia on The Doctors
THE DOCTORS TV exposes 5 Hidden Health Hazzards most people don't know about. HOSPITALS are #2 on the list. Highlighted is the incredible story of actress Alicia Cole's near fatal case of sepsis and necrotizing fasciitis (flesh-eating disease.)
ABC News 20/20 Reports Why Hospital Infections Are Preventable
ABC News 20/20 special with Economist Steven Levitt and journalist Stephen Dubner, authors of SuperFreakonomics who tell why hospital infec- tions are preventable. (Part 1)
ABC 7 News Report on Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center
Inspectors find 'Deficiencies' at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center following complaints to the Health department by Infec- tion Survivor Alicia Cole
Fox 11 News Reports on Alicia Cole’s Story
EMMY AWARD winning Fox11 News report on the disturbing trend of patients picking up dangerous 'Superbug' infections while in the hospital.