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In a first, engineered phages used to treat teen’s mycobacterial infection

08 May 2019
Establishing several firsts, a hospital in London used genetically engineered bacteriophages to successfully treat a teenager’s extensively drug-resistant mycobacterial infection following a double lung transplant for cystic fibrosis, researchers s...

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