In a St. Joseph Health Scene Report, instead of trying to kill all germs, hospitals may want to put the good ones to work. A new study's found so-called "good" germs can work as well as anti-septics in protecting patients from dangerous infections. The downside is that identifying which bacteria will work takes a lot of time, research, and money.
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