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Phage Therapy Treats Patient With Drug-resistant Bacterial Infection

News   May 09, 2019 | Original story from Howard Hughes Medical Institute

 
Phage Therapy Treats Patient With Drug-resistant Bacterial Infection

Phage therapy has successfully treated a patient infected with a bacterial relative of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (shown). Credit: NIAID, NIH/CC BY-NC 2.0

 
 
 

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