Woman Passed Away After Doctors Discovered Infection Resistant To All Antibiotics
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria and “superbugs” have been a legitimate worry for some time now, and for good reason.
The number of resistant strains has increased over the years, making the discovery of new, working antibiotics more and more difficult as time goes on. One woman even died last year after doctors found that her bacterial infection was resistant to 26 different antibiotics. For perspective, those 26 antibiotics are the only ones available in the U.S.