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A 70-year-old man receiving thrice-weekly gemcitabine (1,500 mg) for liver metastasis following resection of biliary cancer underwent hepatectomy 3 years postoperatively for non-response to chemotherapy. Over the last three years, he had had unprotected intercourse with commercial sex work-ers for one month. Diarrhea and a fever developed on postoperative day 7; despite the administration of tazobactam/ piperacillin, sepsis developed on postoperative day 10. A Clostridioides difficile toxindoi:10.2169/internalmedicine.7230-21 pmid:33896868 fatcat:364efvwakbcc7fcayhhm57ewfu