Subject: Why don't we use phage medicines?
Date: Mon May 11 08:41:34 1998
Posted by Stefan Gershater
Grade level: undergrad
School: University of Surrey
City: Guildford State/Province: Surrey
Country: United Kingdom
Area of science: Microbiology
I have recently heard about the discovery in the former USSR that
bacterial phage are being used to treat MRSA type infections, with
remarkable success. Why does this approach seem to have been met with
only mediocre response in the West- is it academic snobbery?
Re: Why don't we use phage medicines?
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