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Nanotech Layer Placed On Wound Dressings Kills Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria With 99% Effectiveness – IFLScience

Despite stark warnings from microbiologists for the last decade, the world is still far too reliant on antibiotics. From prescribing them for diseases that

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Despite stark warnings from microbiologists for the last decade, the world is still far too reliant on antibiotics. From prescribing them for diseases that arent bacterial, to pumping livestock to increase survival rates, antibiotic misuse and overuse is resulting in the emergence of bacterial species that can shrug off most current drugs we have. These “superbugs”, or antibiotic-resistant bacteria, require intense monitoring to combat, and scientists are scrambling to create new drugs and therapies…

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