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There are more than 2,300 cases of severe infections in Australia each year.
We risk sleepwalking into a future where cures we take for granted, rapidly disappear.
This drug-resistant sexually transmitted infection is behaving like a superbug and researchers estimate as many as 400,000 Australians may be carrying it. You probably haven't heard of mycoplasma geni...
The U.N. is convening a landmark meeting this week on antibiotic resistance, but scientists are concerned the action may be too late.
Two superbug cases have thwarted last-resort antibiotics so far.
The bacteria kills 50 percent of those infected.