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Drug Resistance

Finding solutions to ‘undruggable’ biotargets for cancer therapy

October 30, 2018
Texas A&M researchers utilized CRISPR-Cas gene editing technology to define a biochemical pathway for cancer treatment

Engineering a better drug delivery system

December 18, 2017
Solving the biggest problems in medicine may require an engineering approach

Spotting even the smallest tuberculosis infections to save even the tiniest patients

October 3, 2016
How Texas A&M researchers are developing new ways of detecting infection that might be especially helpful in children

Growing problem of antibiotic resistance

November 11, 2015

Bacteria are becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics. Why and how is antibiotic resistance happening, and in turn how is it affecting patients?

Combating deadly antibiotic-resistant infections: CDC says teamwork is key

August 11, 2015

Superbugs - germs that have evolved to become resistant to antibiotics and other medical treatments - are on the loose, infecting more than 2 million people in the U.S. every year.

Wielding Nature’s Sword: Researchers at Texas A&M discover new treatments against drug-resistant infections

December 11, 2014

Since World War II, antibiotics have been our only defense against bacterial infection, but overuse and misuse have caused some bacteria to develop resistance to antibiotics. Now, researchers at Texas A&M Health Science Center have discovered an entirely new class of antimicrobials that have the potential to kill drug-resistant bacteria.