MRSA 'superbug' becoming more resistant
ABC News, March 13, 2008
Infectious disease doctors are concerned that eventually the drugs they use to treat MRSA will stop working. Common infections are treated with a week or 10 days of antibiotics and they're gone, but physicians often have to try dozens of antibiotics to make even the smallest impact on MRSA.
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