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Battle Superbugs May 17
Yikes: “The safety of fluoroquinolone has received a lot of attention regarding their potential to cause long-term side effects in some people.”
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Maurizio Fappani May 12
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Nesta Challenges May 12
Has bacteria won the war? 😷 Check out our film on the effects of in India:
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Battle Superbugs May 14
.: Drug-resistant infections are becoming one of world’s most devastating dangers. The response — in how we treat crops, livestock and human illness — must be international and aggressive.
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Lilian Abbo 5h
Florida Citrus Farmers now spraying streptomycin on trees! We need urgent agricultural Feeding humans
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Battle Superbugs May 18
.: “It’s like selectively targeting resistant infections with a sniper gun, instead of carpet-bombing every infection with the same one-size-fits-all treatment,”
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Microbes.info 15h
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Jimish Mehta 🦠 11h
Grumpy Cat died from a UTI? Guys, has gone TOO FAR
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Oncologne 7h
This is crazy. Worldwide, a lot of time, effort, and money is spent to educate doctors and the public about antibiotic stewardship and now antibiotics are are being sprayed on oranges?
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Sarah Liebowitz 3h
This is pretty interesting in terms of our overuse of antibiotics. overuse Cystic Fibrosis Patients Turn to Experimental Phage Therapy
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Dr Steffanie Strathdee, 🗡️Superbug Slayer 🗡️ 8h
thx for your article on in the SD Entertainment mag, but was hoping you'd discuss as a possible solution. Did you know is the first phage therapy center in North America & it's based in San Diego?
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Christian Munthe May 12
In 2017, organized the 1st major intl symposium on the of . Watch the videos here! If you have/is on track for a relevant MA, check out a new PhD position in this area in my pinned tweet!
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Mayooran Shan May 18
Replying to @MayooranShan
Evidence for length of treatment • Strep throat: 3‐6 days non inferior to 10 days in children • CAP: 5 days as good as 10 • Pyelonephritis: 7 days of ciprofloxacin as good as 14 days talk by Dr Ben Killingley of UCL
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candace fuller 11h
The EPA’s decision to allow streptomycin and oxytetracycline use in citrus groves has the potential to fuel antibiotic resistance in humans
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pathogenic_scientist May 17
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Daanyal Morrish May 14
Well looks like the WJEC solved the issue of antibiotic resistance with their honey, but does it really need clinical trials...it's a popular food product ffs 😫
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Robert L Gschwind May 18
By 2050, WHO predicts that 10 million people could die because, due to our overuse of antibiotics, we'll run out of drugs to fight mutating superbugs. . via
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Northwell Health-GoHealth Urgent Care May 15
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Laurie David May 18
Loading…this is seriously screwed up.
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Rachel Howard 18h
The death of : We're running out of effective drugs to fight off an army of superbugs
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