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By Claire Ainsworth MORE than 1 in 10 British children are carrying superbugs resistant to one or more antibiotics. The proportion of adult carriers could be even higher. The superbugs are no immediate threat to those carrying them, but could cause dangerous infections after an operation, for example. Carriers can also infect other people. The finding has serious public-health implications, warns Michael Millar of Bart’s and the Royal London School of Medicine,
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