Surgery/Cosmetic

New Antibiotic Teixobactin Holds Promise Against Resistant Organisms

Researchers at Northwestern University have found and grown a new type of antibiotic that kills many of the deadly antibiotic organisms that are developing today, such as MRSA, tuberculosis, and Clostridium difficile.

The antibiotic, dubbed teixobactin, is still in clinical trials with animals.

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