I recently heard about something called Bacteriophages (also known as Phages) - They are basically viruses that seek out and kill bacteria,
They are extremely interesting - but most people have never heard of them - it seems they are used much more in the former USSR countries.
They could be used to kill bacteria that don't respond to antibiotics
Scientists and physicians at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, working with colleagues at the U.S. Navy Medical Research Center (NMRC), Texas A&M University, a San Diego-based biotech and elsewhere, have successfully used an experimental therapy involving bacteriophages — viruses that target and consume specific strains of bacteria — to treat a patient near death from a multidrug-resistant bacterium.
Tom Patterson was dying from a superbug infection and all antibiotics had failed. Find out how his wife, Dr. Steffanie Strathdee, saved his life from the terrible antibiotic-resistant infection by utilizing
bacteriophages, viruses found in sewage. This gut wrenching story is one of undying love and perseverance, and a forgotten, seemingly miraculous cure hat may help overturn the global antimicrobial resistance crisis.
These are true phages mentioned above. There are: Bacteria, Fungus and Phages, but in truth, there are no things called a virus. Still this is good info! Phages are going to be a revolution for health some day.
In your gut if you have a healthy biome you would have the proper phages to control your bacteria and Fungus, but antibiotics took that away from most of us.
Be careful reading wicked-pedia, Google anything, etc.. they lie about absolutely everything, the virus is a perfect example.
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