Q.E.D.: CURSE OF THE KILLER BUG
When seven cases of streptococcus bacterial infection struck people in the Stroud area of Gloucestershire in May 1994, the press packed the town and talk of a new plague was rife in the national news media. The programme makers look at the way the `epidemic' was handled by medical staff and journalists alike and the effects on people in the town of the media attention.
Goes behind the headlines to examine how the superbug scare happened in Gloucester in May 1994.