if you did take the premise it could cure other diseases; the problem with candida auris is that it is difficult to cure, to easily spread, difficult to control. so research into it is going to be very slow or too difficult to research.Since it's a fungus, isn't it possible to create a cure for some diseases out of it? How ironic would it be if it cured one of the more stubborn diseases like HIV?
treat sparingly. don't over use the drugs. definitely don't randomly give all livestock huge doses of it and spray antifungals all over the crops. and don't try to use any antibiotics or antifungals to treat the flu.I've never really understood the controversy over drug resistant infections. It happens because we've been treating them with drugs for a long time and some strains evolve to counter it, right? But... if we didn't treat those infections with drugs in the first place, then you still have loads of people dying. What choice are you supposed to take?
Great, now I feel like an absolute degenerate.
Does anyone else think that this new superbug, the sudden Anti-vaxxers wave, and tesla installing a "bioweapon" feature into their cars around this time last year??
Working on a theory need help. Feel free to troll me
Soap being made to stop drug resistant viruses. 8 million (most likely more) are being thrown its way
Not my argument. Viruses can be engineered. This one (actually 4) made a large leap in evolution. So large that a hospital needed to sterilize a whole room and rip out part of a ceiling, due to how infectious it was.. This is not making daily news platforms either. Coupled with the fact that around this time last year(jun. 1 to be extract I think) elon musk added a bioweapon air filtration system into his newest cars. In an age where medicine and tech are the backbone of the world; this is dangerous and suspicious.Viruses, fungi, and bacteria are different.
There are no vaccines for bacteria or fungi.
But who knows. Maybe build an ark, just in case.