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\'Nightmare Bacteria\' Defy Even Last-Ditch Drugs MP3

'Nightmare bacteria,' strains of superbugs resistant to even the most powerful antibiotics, have quadrupled in number in the last decade--and have been found lurking in hospitals in 42 states. NIH epidemiologist Tara Palmore and infectious disease specialist Brad Spellberg discuss how to find and contain these bugs, and a few ways we might outsmart them.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us Source: npr.org

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