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Hospital microbe project: Tracking deadly bacteria

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February 3, 2014
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Humans have a hundred trillion bacterial cells in our body. That outnumbers human cells 10 to 1. A new project is tracking them from our homes to work to find out how hospitals can help clean up the problem and keep patients safe.


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