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“It's predictable, he says, because hundreds of thousands of people in India have what's called multidrug-resistant TB, or MDR-TB.”
“Title: Do mobile phones of patients, companions and visitors carry multidrug-resistant hospital pathogens?”
“When the average consumer purchases fresh meat or poultry, they have a 1 in 4 chance of bringing multidrug-resistant staph aureus into the kitchen," said Lance Price, senior author of the study and the director of Center for Food Microbiology and Environmental Health at the Translational Genomics Research Institute in Flagstaff, Ariz.”
“We think it's quite a dangerous thing to have multidrug-resistant salmonella in your ground beef," Cronquist says.”
“Around the world, about 440,000 new cases of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis emerge annually.”
“We hope that this publication might stir awareness among national and international health, food and agricultural authorities so that they take the necessary measures to control and stop the dissemination of this strain before it spreads globally, as did another multidrug-resistant strain of salmonella, Typhimurium DT104, starting in the 1990s, study co-leader Simon Le Hello said in a journal news release.”
“In the EU, multidrug-resistant bacteria cause about 400,000 infections a year and at least 25,000 deaths, and generate costs of $2.1 billion.”
“In the EU, multidrug-resistant bacteria cause about 400,000 infections a year and at least 25,000 deaths, and generate costs of €1.5 billion $2.1 billion, industry figures show.”
“In one region, they are seeing about 150 new TB cases every month, as well as a significant rise in cases of multidrug-resistant (MDR) and extremely drug-resistant (XDR), resulting from incomplete TB treatments.”
“But now, says the Lancet paper, clinical microbiologists increasingly agree that multidrug-resistant Gram-negative bacteria, which thrive in the gut, pose the greatest risk to public health.”
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