Invention could solve resistant disease dilemma
Foster's Daily Democrat, May 8, 2008
A New Hampshire man has developed a device that could help healthcare professionals tackle the increasing scourge of drug-resistant infections, saving billions of dollars and countless lives. He has developed the technology to kill Noroviruses, C. diff, MRSA and other problem viruses and bacteria using a section of the ultraviolet light spectrum to bombard them with killing high-energy photons.
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