Published in Vaccine Weekly, April 19th, 2006
One in five people carries a permanent dose of the common bacterium S. aureus in their noses and another three in five people sometimes have it. The bacteria lurk in nasal passages until they get a chance to attack our bodies through broken skin, ulcers, cuts and other accidents – or a surgical operation.
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