Vibrio vulnificus infection reported in Corpus Christi, Texas

A recent report of a Corpus Christi, Texas homeless man who required multiple surgeries due to a Vibrio vulnificus infection caught my attention as the waters of the Gulf get warmer.

In this video, I look at the serious situation of the above mentioned man and discuss some important information concerning this potentially lethal pathogen.

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