Why Canada should revive a forgotten cure to combat the global superbug crisis – The Globe and Mail

Iraqibacter is the deadliest superbug, a bacterial kleptomaniac that collects antibiotic-resistance genes and has sticky “fingers” that cling to lab coats, hospital linens and even body lice
— Read on www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-why-canada-should-revive-a-forgotten-cure-to-combat-the-global/

You can match viruses to bacteria that will eat said bacteria.

These viruses are called Bacteriophage or bacteria eaters.

A superbug is a bacteria out of control.

A virus that kills it is a Bacteriophage.

My friend recommended bringing back this practice to help manage health crisis in the present and future.

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