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Scientists Win a Game of Bacterial Hide-And-Seek

No more recurring infections?

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When infection strikes, antibiotics are the go-to solution to help patients regain control from the invading bacterial pathogens. However, antibacterial drugs aren’t always 100 percent protective — even after getting better, some patients end up experiencing an infection relapse down the line.

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River D'Almeida, Ph.D

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