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Norma Hernandez holds her son Javier Aranda before having him tested for TB at the El Paso Department of Public Health in El Paso, Texas, Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014. Hernandez's baby and about 750 other infants were exposed to a healthcare worker infected with tuberculosis over the past year prompting health authorities to screen all those children for the disease. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)

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Norma Hernandez holds her son Javier Aranda before having him tested for TB at the El Paso Department of Public Health in El Paso, Texas, Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014. Hernandez's baby and about 750 other infants were exposed to a healthcare worker infected with tuberculosis over the past year prompting health authorities to screen all those children for the disease. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)

Official says hospital 'should have done more' to prevent exposure of infants to tuberculosis

EL PASO, Texas - An official at a Texas hospital where a nurse assistant potentially exposed more than 750 infants to tuberculosis said Tuesday that her symptoms were discovered in July but that more than a month passed before she was tested for the infectious lung disease.

The administration of the ...

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