Super antibiotics cut mortality rates

One-third reduction that wd avert 3,000 deaths a yr

(ANSA) - Rome, January 17 - New super antibiotics cut mortality caused by resistant infections from 50-55% to 10-15%, according to international studies presented in Genoa Friday.
    That is a one-third reduction, researchers said.
    It would avert some 3,000 deaths in Italy a year caused by superbugs, the conference heard.
    The conference on resistance to antibiotics was organised by the Menarini Foundation.
   

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