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By: Debbie | March 19 2012 | Category: Science News, Scientists in the Community, Tidbits for Teachers


Photo of Elizabeth GriceElizabeth Grice studies the bacteria that live on human skin. Her research sheds light on why chronic wounds don't heal and might point to new treatments for diabetic foot ulcers and other skin conditions. 

Read more about Elizabeth Grice in the latest issue of Findings, a publication of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, NIH.

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Comments

Elle    5/7/2012 4:59:33 AM

As far as I know this is a very persistent bacteria and her negative impact on human body (especially human skin) is really hard to be handled and restricted. I sincerely hope that all the scientific investigations and experiments will result in finding cure for this kind of bacterias.

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