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May 2nd, 2003
Tiny tubes may kill tough bacteria
Scientists are working to develop a new generation of stronger, smarter antibiotics they hope will kill bacteria that overwhelm today's drugs. The growing problem of antibiotic resistance is one of modern medicine's greatest fears, and it has set off an arms race between frustrated doctors and wily germs. Some other microbes are almost as hard to destroy.
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