Stopping the drug resistance by dangerous microorganisms

We are fast running out of drugs that can effectively kill most microorganisms due to the rise in AMR among them. — Pixabay

Microorganisms, which may be bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites, are ubiquitous in the environment.

While microorganisms are not hazardous in many situations, they can cause infections in humans and animals.

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