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Bacteria in children's noses offers clue to treating lung infections

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Description

BUGS present in a child's nose could offer clues to improving the diagnosis and treatment of severe lung infections, research shows.

Period16 Mar 2019 → 17 Mar 2019

BUGS present in a child's nose could offer clues to improving the diagnosis and treatment of severe lung infections, research shows.

References

TitleBacteria in the nose to beat bugs
Media name/outletEdinburgh Evening News
Date of coverage17/03/19
TitleA nose for trouble
Media name/outletBradford Telegraph & Argus
Date of coverage17/03/19
TitleChildren's noses sniff out lung infection diagnosis
Media name/outletSunday Telegraph
Date of coverage17/03/19
TitleBacteria in children's noses offers clue to treating lung infections
Media name/outletThe Herald
Date of coverage16/03/19
TitleScience nose right options
Media name/outletDaily Mirror
Date of coverage16/03/19
TitleChildren's noses hold clues to preventing lung infections
Media name/outletThe Scotsman
Date of coverage16/03/19
TitleBreakthrough in diagnosis of child lung infections
Media name/outletCourier & Advertiser
Date of coverage16/03/19
TitleSniffing out risk
Media name/outletDaily Record
Date of coverage16/03/19

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