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bac·te·ri·o·phage /bakˈtirēəˌfāj/ ▶ © answers  by @ altaloman   ©2018

a virus that parasitizes a bacterium by infecting it and reproducing inside it.
As a long term cancer patient in CR (continuous remission) since January 2010, my internal radar scans for information about immune system issues to fight infections of all types.

After all, soon after my April 2006 diagnosis (DX) with mantle cell lymphoma (MCL), I learned that the root cause of lymphoma is inflammation (runaway growth of normal cells) within the lymphatic system.One of the most common family of drugs that are used to fight inflammation in the body is ANTIBIOTICS.

But medical headline news has well documented that traditional antibiotics are less available and less affected.Medical science has a compelling need to come up with alternatives.Under the title of this posts, a story is amplified about how that is happening…