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Welcome to the MRSA Survivors Network

Dedicated to providing change, awareness, support and education

The Catalyst for Change

FACT: More Americans die every year from invasive MRSA infections than from HIV/AIDS or H1N1 flu.

World MRSA Day Event 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 NetworkMRSA 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.

MRSA Youth Champion Bethany Burke

MRSA Awareness PSA’s

International MRSA Testing Week – April 1-7th

2013 World MRSA Day Event Photos

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MRSA Survivors Network ’1st Annual Miles for MRSA’ 5K Fun Run & Walk

Held Saturday, August 9, 2014 at the Llorona Park in Las Cruces, NM starting at 8:00am, registration begins at 6:45am. Kids free, Students $20 and Adults $25. Help raise awareness for MRSA. Organized by MRSA Survivors Network’s summer intern Joseph Paz, a survivor of MRSA himself. For more information contact Joseph at japaz1323@gmail.com or 575 644-9636.

Make a difference in your community by organizing a run or walk this fall to raise awareness for MRSA. It starts with you!

Donate To MRSA Survivors Network & Make A Difference

MRSA Survivors Network is the first patient/consumer advocate organization in the U.S. to raise the alarm about MRSA and HAI’s. We conduct annual awareness campaigns, distribute brochures, operate a MRSA crisis hotline and have the most comprehensive website for MRSA. Your generous donation can help with operating costs and help to increase our reach to the public. Help us save lives. Send a check to MRSA Survivors Network P.O. Box 241 Hinsdale, IL 60522 or donate by PayPal:


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