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Mycobacterium abscessus (CDC)

A group of doctors and scientists have used genetically engineered phages to successfully treat infections caused by an antibiotic-resistant strain of Mycobacterium abscessus in a young cystic fibrosis patient who had received a double lung transplant. The case was reported in Nature Medicine on 8th May.

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