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Uhh... giving money to pharmaceutical companies for research into new antibiotics is a bad way to develop new antibiotics. At best, it's going to lead to allot of new antibiotics which aren't proven as being safe entering the market place. A better strategy would be to ask for more money to be put into scientific research in general, but, if you're really looking for something approaching a magic bullet for bacterial management, I'd suggest reading up on, and looking into, phage therapy. The big problem with phage therapy is that pharmaceuticals won't touch phage therapy because it would basically require a new line of bacteriaphage to be developed everytime they treat a bacterial infection. On a slightly different note, this is part of the reason stem cells are not more widely used. Each patient being treated with stem cells would require the establishment of their own specific stem cell line.
Posted:Dec 27, 2013
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