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Breakthrough in fight against infections on medically implanted devices MP3

Scientists have made a breakthrough that could help prevent life-threatening infections on medically implanted devices. The infections are often caused by drug-resistent bacteria like Golden Staph and are notoriously difficult to treat. But researchers from Sydney's University of Technology have now discovered how the bacteria spreads and say there may be a novel solution. Their research has been published today in t... Source: abc.net.au

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