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Could CRISPR Technology Rise As A Hero In The Era Of Antibiotic Resistance?

09:00 EDT 29 Oct 2019 | Kaiser Health News

CRISPR has been making waves with its success in fighting rare genetic diseases, but could it also help turn bacterium’s machinery against itself? In the era of superbugs, scientists are hopeful the technology can be a game-changer. Meanwhile, GSK has announced a late-stage study for its new antibiotic to fight urinary tract infections and gonorrhea.

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