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New antibiotic on the horizon to combat drug resistance

New antibiotic on the horizon to combat drug resistance

Today, more and more bacterial pathogens of infectious diseases are becoming resistant to customary antibiotics. A new discovery, from an international team of researchers, with...
Crohn's disease: how associated bacteria develop drug resistance

Crohn’s disease: how associated bacteria develop drug resistance

Many patients with Crohn's disease develop resistance to treatments. Researchers have looked at how Chron’s disease-related bacteria can form drug resistance. They found that bacteria associated...
Electrochemical therapy: the 'shocking' new way to treat infections

Electrochemical therapy: the ‘shocking’ new way to treat infections

New research from the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering, USA, introduces revolutionary electrochemical therapy designed to treat infections. Titanium has multiple properties that...
EU awards 18 million euros for research into new antibiotics

EU awards 18 million euros for research into new antibiotics

An international consortium of research groups is aiming to develop novel new antibiotics to fight against the tuberculosis bacteria and two other deadly bacteria. Set...
Staphylococcus aureus infection and its resistance to antibiotics

Staphylococcus aureus infection and its resistance to antibiotics

According to researchers, individuals who have acquired staphylococcus aureus infection are developing resistance to antibiotic treatment. Staphylococcus aureus infection is a form of bacterial infection....
Is there a cocaine cure on the horizon

Is there a cocaine cure on the horizon?

A stem cell implant has been developed by gene therapists that could assist in overcoming addiction and avert overdoses. Could this be the new...
Can viral infections be prevented

Can viral infections be prevented?

Researchers have developed low-cost, ‘cell-friendly’ nanogels that can effectively thwart viral infections. An international research group including scientists from Freie Universität, Germany, has introduced an...
20% of antibiotics prescriptions are inappropriate

20% of antibiotics prescriptions are inappropriate

As antibiotic resistance continues to be more prevalent, new research published by Public Health England has revealed that at least 20% of all antibiotics...

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