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Progress in overcoming antibiotic-resistant bacteria

from By Dorothy L. Tengler

Since the 1940s, antibiotics have been used to treat infectious diseases. With long-term use, however, the infectious organisms have adapted to the drugs designed to destroy them, rendering the drugs much less effective. In fact, antibiotic resistance is one of the world's most critical public health problems, and scientists, clinicians and pharmaceutical companies have struggled to find new antibiotics or alternative strategies against these multidrug-resistant bacteria. more


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