Worlds most threatening superbugs ranked in new list

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    World's most threatening superbugs ranked in new list
    The World Health Organization has drawn up a list of the drug-resistant bacteria that pose the biggest threat to human health.

    Top of the list are gram-negative bugs, such as E. coli, which can cause lethal bloodstream infections and pneumonia in frail hospital patients.

    The list will be discussed ahead of this summer's G20 meeting in Germany.

    The aim is to focus the minds of governments on finding new antibiotics to fight hard-to-treat infections.

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    Notice the term " G20" where the Elites meet on how they can screw us over and enslave us even more.
    Perfect timing for them to create some forced vaccine bs ........
     
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    Tell us those super bugs are dangerous and force some barely tested vaccine on the population while demanding that countries accept hundreds of thousands of barely screened refugees at the same time.

    Recipe for catastrophe.

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    Survival of the fittest applies to germs too...
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    The threat of 'superbugs' and infections that can't be treated
    October 5, 2017 - “Every time we think we’ve gotten ahead of the bugs, they come back stronger and fitter,” said Ramanan Laxminarayan, director of the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy (CDDEP). It is the ability to mutate that has given rise to “superbugs” that resist some — or, increasingly, all — of the antibiotics that were hailed as miracle drugs in the last century, creating one of the biggest threats to global health, food security and development today, according to the World Health Organization.
     
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