Hank Boerner, director of the North Mississippi Medical Center Wellness Center, Tupelo, MS, and a founding member of the Medical Fitness Association (MFA), died on Dec. 6, the MFA announced. Boerner, 57, died of complications from severe septic shock. Septic shock occurs when an overwhelming infection leads to life-threatening low blood pressure. It can cause organs to fail and has a high death rate. Boerner had been director of the North Mississippi Medical Center Wellness Center for ...
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