Skin infections harder to treat due to antibiotic resistance

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With antibiotic resistance becoming more common, treating common skin infections is becoming more difficult, according to NPS MedicineWise. Evidence suggests that skin and soft tissue are significant sources of MRSA (Staphylococcus aureus that is methicillin-resistant) in the community—and the rate of MRSA is on the rise. Antibiotic use in Australia is high and growing, despite

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