Future medicine may have met its match: bacteria is back

Nov 26, 2019
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I thought our bodies are composed roughly 75 percent bacteria. As such, wouldn’t a strong bacteria prove the strength of our bodies?
 
Jan 1, 2020
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Jan 6, 2020
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I mean really, bacteria, REALLY?
No idea how long we can keep ahead of this stuff, although we've been living on the planet with them for untold millions of years...
Looks like bacteria is becoming an apex predator:
Bacteria as climax predators are as ancient as human history. Ultimately simple genetic techniques and vaccines are and/or will become the most reliable method of thwarting bacterial evolution's frustration of antibiosis.
Again, I suggest an agent providing a "1... 2" genetic approach for the most resistant bacteria: genetically identify the strain involved; remove the first adenine/guanine or thymine/cytosine across dual strand on the plasmid following the first "start" triplet, throwing off the nucleotide count and dooming the organism.

Vaccination against more commonly found stains like vibrio and MRSA will of course reduce incidence.

The challenge at this point is to develop fast, reliable diagnostic genetic identification tequniques and an arsenal of prepared specialized genetic agents against all identified fulminating and/or treatment resistant strains.
 
Nov 13, 2020
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Antibodies are a product of our immunity. By activating your immunity, your B lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell, produce antibodies to remove the bacteria from the body.
Right, however the B lymphocytes are only activated after the "T" memory lymphocytes have identified the specific pathogen.
 
Jul 27, 2020
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No idea how long we can keep ahead of this stuff, although we've been living on the planet with them for untold millions of years...
Darwinian evolution has allowed "us" in our current and previous forms to survive pathogenic bacteria and viruses for hundreds of millions of years with our highly advanced system of immunity.

With a major-league, hall-of-fame assist from science and modern medicine, we or our ancestors will likely continue living on the planet with such pathogens for untold millions of years to come, unless we doom ourselves. The latter seems more likely.

Keep in mind the most important aspect about survival of a species : You need to wipe them all out, or they will persist. Wiping out all humans, short of a cosmic event, may turn out to be more difficult than many imagine.
 
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