New Drugs for Stubborn Bugs
Novel antibacterial agents are needed… Could cannabidiol fill the void?
Matthew Hallam | | Quick Read
The rise of antibiotic resistance has been dubbed the “antibiotic apocalypse.” It’s an alarming turn of phrase that has sent scientists scurrying off to discover new compounds for our antimicrobial armamentarium in the least likely of places – from cockroach brains (1) to the Atacama Desert (2). Now, cannabis joins the fight.
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