I'm not taking about suing them, but isn't there a responsibility for them for spreading it to a patient? My mother got cancer in her knee and it grew so big that it busted her knee. They cut off her leg in 2 places, above the knee and below the knee, then replace the knee with a replacement and then sewed everything back together very nicely. She has her own leg. But she has been in rehab for about 9 months so far. She has had to have 2 more surgeries to remove infections from her knee. Well now they say she has MRSA in her knee. Since the 1st surgery she hasn't been able to put any weight on that leg because it was causing so much pain. She is supposed to be in isolation but twice now they have brought in another roommate for her. They don't stay long, but still. Shouldn't isolation mean isolation. What about the women they bring in for a couple of days?. Another question is, I have been trying to bring her home so I can care for her. Everytime it is almost possible, then something sets us back. Can the caretaker get the MRSA? If yes, is airborne or is it by coming in contact with her by changing the wounds? I'm just learning about this horrible virus. I've heard that there is no cure, is this true?