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MRSA survival chances predicted by DNA sequencing the superbug

07:14 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | Science Daily

Sequencing the DNA of the MRSA superbug can accurately identify patients most at risk of death and could help medics develop new treatments as we move towards personalised medicine, say scientists.

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