The children had two things in common: They had all been treated at the Jonesboro office of Dentistry for Children, part of a corporate-owned... Georgia didn’t sanction dental chain linked to kids’ infections

The children had two things in common: They had all been treated at the Jonesboro office of Dentistry for Children, part of a corporate-owned dental chain. And they had all been infected with Mycobacterium abscessus, a rapidly-growing bacterium known to contaminate water hoses in medical offices.

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