NEWS FOR MRSA & PHAGE
Alternatives: Phage Therapy: Rediscovering a Treatment forSuperbug Infections
.At present, in addition to established organizations in Georgia, Russia and Poland that are reportedly marketing therapeuticand prophylactic phage products against bacteria including Staphylococci, Streptococci, E. coli, Pseudomonas, Proteus,Salmonella, Shigella, Serratia, Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Campylobacter, Yersinia and Brucella, there are an estimated 10companies located in the United States (Intralytix Inc: www.intralytix.com), Canada, India (GangaGen: www.gangagen.com)and Israel (Phage Biotech Ltd: www.phage-biotech.com) racing to provide a number of phage therapy products for a range ofmedical, animal husbandry, food processing and environmental applications. It is anticipated that the first phage-basedproducts for treatment of meat and poultry will receive FDA approval soon; an “experimental use permit” from EPA has beengranted for use of phages in the environment on non-food contact surfaces.
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Phage Therapy: Rediscovering aTreatment for Superbug Infections
By G. W. Riedel, PhDTheEpochTimes
May 31, 2005