Doctors Use Lake Water Virus To Cure Heart Surgery Patient’s Bacteria-Resistant Infection

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A pond-dwelling virus was successfully used to cure a 76-year-old man's bacteria-resistant chest infection, which stemmed from an open heart surgery. Multiple attempts to treat the patient's infected chest wound failed until doctors decided in a January 2016 surgery to use bacteriophages, a type of virus that infects bacteria and known as "phages."

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