New drug may stop superbug infections

08/30/2005 | Guardian (London), The

U.S. scientists report developing a drug that can be used against the deadly MRSA infections that plague hospitals and are resistant to most antibiotics. The scientists made synthetic versions of a class of drug called cephalosporin which killed a variant of MRSA in laboratory tests and could become a defense against the infections.

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