MRSA: The Most Significant Disease of the Last Century

14 04 2011


(UCLA, 2011)

MRSA is a disease of our own creation; our Frankenstein. Due to the overuse of antibiotics, we took a non-pathogenic bacteria and transformed it into a deadly juggernaut that is not only hard to fight, but also attacks those of us that are weakest.

As you read on, you will see why MRSA is the most significant disease of the last 100 years.

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