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Chlamydia vaccine moves a step closer

12/08/2019 Nicola Davis 0

Pioneering clinical trial raises hopes of cure for ‘hidden’ sexually transmitted infectionA vaccine to protect against chlamydia has moved closer to becoming reality after a pioneering clinical trial found the treatment to be safe. The vaccine successf…

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Are antibacterial products with triclosan fueling bacterial resistance?

The FDA has banned the antibacterial agent triclosan from soaps starting in 2020. It’s still used in mouthwash, cosmetics, toothpaste and other household products and there are still concerns that striving to rid our environment of environment of bacteria and germs helps fuel bacterial resistance to antibiotics.

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