A Belgian-led consortium ’making antibiotics great again’ with phage* therapy

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The Belgian-led consortium consisting of groups from The Queen Astrid Military Hospital (QAMH), KU Leuven and the public health institute Sciensano recently made the cover of Nature Microbiology. Their paper details 100 consecutive cases of personalized phage therapy facilitated by the consortium along with collaborators around the world. This definitive retrospective analysis demonstrates that phage therapy can be a very effective treatment for antibiotic resistant or other difficult-to-treat bacterial infections when given with concomitant antibiotics.
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