Doctors warn bacteria are racing past drugs
San Francisco Chronicle, January 21, 2008
Bacteria that was once tamed by antibiotics is now evolving rapidly into forms that practically no drug can treat. Among the most alarming of these is MRSA, but even more drug-resistant strains are emerging and top infectious disease doctors are saying that lawmakers and the public do not realize the grave implications of this trend.
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