Antibiotic-resistant superbug found in pigs, could be vector for human transmission: study

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Scientists studying the C. difficile superbug say that its antibiotic-resistant genes have been found in pigs and humans, meaning that not only is transmission of the bacteria possible on a wider scale, but the genes that resist antibiotics themselves might be able to spread through an animal vector to humans. Clostridioides difficile, or C. difficile, is a bacterium that causes gut infection, in...

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