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Dangerous bacteria can survive disinfectant, putting patients at risk

16:55 EDT 12 Jul 2019 | Vitals on NBC News

C. difficile has shown antibiotic resistance in people. Now it's shown to be resistant to efforts to destroy it on surfaces by cleaning.

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