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Studio interview: India doubts superbug's origin

08-14-2010 12:38 BJT

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Now let's turn again to our current affairs commentator, Raymond Zhou, to discuss the superbug issue.

Q1: Mr. Zhou, Indian medical authorities are outraged over claims that the superbug originated in India. What your take on that?

Q2: It's said that there are almost no drugs to treat NDM-1. Some people worry that global medical organizations are now facing a new challenge. What do you think?

Thank you, Mr. Zhou.

 

Superbug case reports make headlines

The superbug, a gene called NDM-1, is making headlines around the world. Many cases have been reported in India, Britain, Canada, and the US, with scientists saying there are almost no drugs to treat it...<Full story>

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