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Discovery Helps Develop Drugs Against Top Infectious Disease Killer

News   Jul 04, 2018 | Original story from University of Otago

 
Discovery Helps Develop Drugs Against Top Infectious Disease Killer

Professor Greg Cook's laboratory at the University of Otago is actively searching to develop new drugs to help combat tuberculosis with rising incidents of drug-resistant tuberculosis. Credit: University of Otago

 
 
 

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