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20.04.2011

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Latest superbug raises fresh concerns MP3

A microbiologist who's trying to find a way to combat the latest superbug to get a foothold in Australia, says not enough is being done to track its spread. Dr Dena Lyras says Clostridium difficile has been found in some nursing homes, but staff in the aged care sector aren't trained in how to spot it or treat it. Source: abc.net.au

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