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Two strains of herpesvirus were twice as high in people with Alzheimer's disease.
The UCSD effort will involve clinical trials of phages against resistant bacteria.
Public info campaigns may at times increase demand for antibiotics, study finds.
Re-creating known pathogenic viruses and making existing bacteria more dangerous are among the top threats.
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