Just cook it doesn’t cut it, Italian tragic version

After an 18-month child died of hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) in Italy, an Italian doctor blamed the eating habits of his family.

e.coli.spain.aug.14“You do not understand” – write the family – as such a finding may have relevance in search of responsibility borne by those who, by profession and vocation, would have to give little David the care he needed. Evidently, Dr. Colasanto is not well clear what are institutional functions.

That responsibility will be investigated and ascertained by prosecutors in Bari who received the complaint of the parents and has already entered in the register of suspects four people, including two doctors Giovanni XXIII Hospital of Bari, where the baby died, a doctor of ‘Ospedale della Murgia and a nurse. 

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