Kary Mullis:
Uma cura da próxima geração para infeções mortíferas.

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As bactérias multirresistentes matam, mesmo nos melhores hospitais. Mas infeções complicadas, como as provocadas por Staphilococcus e Anthrax podem vir a ter agora uma surpresa. O Nobel da Química Kary Mullis, que viu um amigo morrer quando fortes antibióticos falharam, revela uma nova cura radical que promete resultados extraordinários.

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Kary Mullis won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing a way to copy a strand of DNA. (His technique, called PCR, jump-started the 1990s' biorevolution.) He's known for his wide-ranging interests — and strong opinions. Full bio
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