Antibiotic-resistant superbug developed on hedgehogs

This is, although, only one, comparatively uncommon instance of antibiotic resistance arising naturally. And the invention “represents a tiny fraction of the risks compared to overuse of antibiotics in a human medical context”, one of many lead researchers, Prof Mark Holmes from the University of Cambridge, informed BBC News.


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