‘Superbugs’ kill more than 35K people in the US each year ‘Superbugs’ kill more than 35K people in the US each year

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‘Superbugs’ kill more than 35K people in the US each year. Doctors may be partially to blame, study suggests

As the medical community develops treatments to combat the coronavirus, another deadly enemy continues to lurk in hospitals across the country: antibiotic-resistant infections.

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