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Øresund Startups – 20 MAY 2015 – By Karsten Deppert

A CROWD FUNDING TO SAVE THE WORLD FROM ANTIBIOTICS RESISTANCE

A crowd funding with ambitions has been kicked off. The researchers Alejandra Vasquez and Tobias Olofsson have found a unique way to heal wounds and fight infections even when antibiotics cannot cure them. Now they are launching a crowd funding campaign to be able to finance the next step – launching Living AntibioticsRead full story here…

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TIMES OF INDIA – 14 SEPTEMBER 2014 – By IANS

Honey could provide alternative to antibiotics

At a time when antibiotic resistance is increasing, researchers have found that lactic acid bacteria found in fresh honey could offer a possible alternative to antibiotics. Read full story here…

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REUTERS – 10 SEPTEMBER 2014

Bacteria-treated honey cures wounds and offers antibiotic resistance hope

Knallen’s leg wound had defied all previous attempts at treatment. That was until he was treated with a new remedy of 13 lactic acid bacterias taken from the honey stomach of bees. Mixed with processed honey, water, and sugar, the blend helps produce antimicrobial substances that kill antibiotic resistant germs. WATCH VIDEO

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THE DAILY MAIL – 28 SEPTEMBER 2013 – BY ALEXANDRA KLAUSNER

God save the Queen Bees! Swedish researchers launch drug to save dying bees, a problem that could wipe out A THIRD of what humans eat OR MORE

  • 10 million bee hives have disappeared in 6 years
  • The drug boosts bees’ natural immune systems
  • Bees are responsible for pollinating 80 per cent of the food humans and animals survive on

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FOX NEWS – 29 SEPTEMBER 2013

Swedish researchers develop medicine to protect bees from deadly diseases

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