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“If you could use phages to simplify, improve, shorten TB therapy, to minimize the chance of antibiotic resistance, then that is a big general impact." How a shot-in-the-dark phage therapy prolonged a teenager’s life. https://buff.ly/2vS7viQ 

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“If you could use phages to simplify, improve, shorten TB therapy, to minimize the chance of antibiotic resistance, then that is a big general impact." How a shot-in-the-dark phage therapy prolonged a teenager’s life. https://buff.ly/2vS7viQ 

Original Article: “If you could use phages to simplify, improve, shorten TB therapy, to minimize the chance of antibiotic resistance, then that is a big general impact." How a shot-in-the-dark phage therapy prolonged a teenager’s life. https://buff.ly/2vS7viQ 

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