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The Bacteria Eats Through Skin, Is Causing Mystery in Australia

  • Mon, 16 Apr 2018 20:29
"It is difficult to prevent a disease when it is not known how infection is acquired," reads a study published Monday that tracks the spread of a flesh-eating ulcer in Australia, and that's not the only mystery surrounding the rise in Buruli ulcers. The disease has historically most often struck... Science from Newser


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