Typhoid mutated to beat antibiotics. Science is learning how to beat those strains

Scanning electron micrograph of Salmonella typhi, the parasite that causes typhoid fever (in yellow-green, attached to another bacterial cell.

The ancient disease is still a killer. And even though there are new drugs, there’s a growing rate of antibiotic-resistance cases. Here’s a look at the latest strategies to tame typhoid.

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