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Solving global issues requires a paradigm shift in how we approach them.
Thanks to lax hospital standards.
Research scientist Rosslyn Maybank at the MRSN bench. Credit: MRSN/WRAIR. RG: What do you know about the origin of the 1
Unless the public is outraged and raises a voice with Congress, the pharmaceutical companies will continue to reap a profit at the cost of patients' pain -- both physical and financial.
His kids had an adorable reaction to their dad's homecoming.
As our antibiotic options disappear, scientists are looking around to see what else is out there.
But generally, MRSA-related amputations are rare.
They kill thousands of people every year.
As if going to the hospital weren't bad enough.
By: Christopher Wanjek Published: April 06, 2015 04:27pm ET The new study began after Dr. Laura Crotty Alexander, a pulmonologist