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FACT: More Americans die every year from invasive MRSA infections than from HIV/AIDS or H1N1 flu.
Richard Branson’s PSA
What is MRSA?
MRSA (pronounced meer-sa) is an acronym for methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus – also known as the “Superbug” and can cause deadly infections in patients in healthcare facilities and in the community.
MRSA Survivors Network was founded in early 2003. MSN was the first consumer organization in the U.S. to raise the alarm concerning the MRSA epidemic and other multi-drug resistant healthcare-acquired infections. MSN has been the key catalyst for change on an international and national front with its groundbreaking crusade and mission to stop MRSA deaths and infections. MSN partners with healthcare professionals, healthcare companies and consumer organizations.
Do you want to stop MRSA infections and help to saves Lives? Join our two new Advocacy Campaigns – MSN Affiliate – represent your area and community and help to raise awareness and educated the Public. Our other campaign is the MRSA Young Leader Council – if you are under 40 apply to join this council and help to ignite young adults to raise awareness. Unite with us and make a difference today. For more information on our programs and awareness campaigns check us out at www.MRSAsurvivors.org, email us at:email@example.com or call us: (630) 325-4354. We are the community of hope and action.
We at MRSA Survivors Network hope this is a year of health, love and prosperity for you. We know this will be a year that will see greater awareness to the ongoing MRSA epidemic and we are already working on our awareness campaigns for 2015 along with other projects.
Your kind donation to MRSA Survivors Network can help make a difference and expand our programs – every dollar counts. Please donate by PayPal on our website: or you can send a check to:
MRSA Survivors Network
P.O. Box 241
Hinsdale, IL 60522
Donate in memory of a loved one or donate in honor of someone who survived and we list the names on our website.
We greatly appreciate your support in helping to raise awareness and save lives.