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The rise of the superbacteria

Meredith Littlejohn, a young student full of hope, battled and survived acute myeloid leukemia only
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Health  /  Published 26.11.19

Superbugs at bay

Before 1928, the year penicillin was accidentally discovered by Sir Alexander Fleming, there were n
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Health  /  Published 27.08.19

Sore throat, decoded

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Opinion  /  Published 18.06.19

Resistance to antibiotics deserves attention

There are no quick fixes in medicine. But between this theory and its practice falls the shadow of a
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Revealed: Dissonance between what doctors know and prescribe

Health researchers have detected a disturbing dissonance between the knowledge held and prescription
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Opinion  /  Published 10.05.19

Royal baby has little to do with racial equality

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Health  /  Published 08.05.19

Vaccination: why and how

Many diseases have been eradicated, some due to better hygiene and understanding, others due to prev
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Opinion  /  Published 08.05.19

Rise in drug-resistant diseases threatens India

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