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Protein Found In Breast Milk Could Fight Antiobiotic Resistant Bacteria photo credit: Many of our antibacterial medicines are becoming redundant. science photo/Shutterstock January 25, 2016 | by Josh L Davis There have been repeated warnings on the overuse of antibiotics and the development of bacteria that are resistant to all known antimicrobial drugs. The problem is so big that some have even suggested that we are close to entering a “post-antibiotic era” in which even infections that are currently routine and easy to cure will become deadly and untreatable. Now, a newly developed antibiotic derived from human breast milk could be the answer to fighting resistant bacterial strains.The new



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