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Funding fights antibiotic resistance

University of Queensland research into antibiotic resistance links between nursing homes and hospitals has received a $1.8 million government funding boost. UQ Centre for Clinical Research Director Professor David Paterson said antibiotic resistance was a rapidly evolving worldwide problem. This research is specifically on the spread of antibiotic resistant germs between people in nursing homes and hospitals.

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