Hong Kong, China Scarlet Fever Mutation Deemed 60% Drug-Resistant
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Hong Kong's outbreak of what to most of the world is a bygone disease, scarlet fever, is proving the danger of over-use of antibiotics and other treatments that lead to drug-resistant bacteria
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