A bacterium responsible for about 10% of hospital-acquired infections in the US uses a virus in a symbiotic relationship to trick our immune system into ignoring it, finds a new study, which could explain why the body tolerates some microbes and lead to better treatments for chronic infections.

A bacterium responsible for about 10% of hospital-acquired infections in the US uses a virus in a symbiotic relationship to trick our immune system into ignoring it, finds a new study, which could explain why the body tolerates some microbes and lead to better treatments for chronic infections.
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