Scientists Mull One-Shot-Fits-All to Vaccinate Against Hospital Superbugs
(Dr Joseph Mercola, Mercola.com) - Health-care related superbug infections are the bane of health care providers, killing more than 90,000 people every year and costing upward of $45 billion a year.
With 1 in 31 hospital patients carrying at least one infection every day, health officials have been hard-pressed to find a way to stop it. Now, researchers think they may be on the way to finding an answer through a single vaccine that could protect against a number of infections.
Using the body’s own immune system to fight against a multitude of infections, the proposed shot is composed of just three ingredients. The vaccine would work within 24 hours and last for up to 28 days, although a second jab might extend that time, according to Medical Xpress.
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