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  • A new treatment for Lyme disease?

    Medical News Today - 10/20/2021

    “Nobody really cared about that compound ever since because it’s very weak against regular bacteria,” says Prof. Kim Lewis, of Northeastern University College of Science, Boston, MA, and co-lead author of the present study. “What we discovered is that, yeah, it is very weak against regular pathogens, but exceptionally potent against spirochetes.”

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