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The drug, zoliflodacin, was highly effective in treating urogenital and rectal infections but not pharyngeal cases.
Bacillus could be a tool to decolonize patients found to carry S aureus in their nose or intestines.
On World Malaria Day, global health leaders aired concerns about stalled progress in some regions and recommitted to the battle against the disease.
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