Chair of the WHO Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) group

Publication shows that MPPT acts as a passive immunotherapy that interacts with the microbiome and calls for a paradigm shift in the treatment of wounds and ulcers (Sams-Dodd et al. 2018). In response to these findings, Executive Board member of the World Health Organization (WHO), and chair of…

Can MPPT benefit burns?

Yes. The skin hosts a microbiome, which is a complex ecosystem of bacteria, fungi, viruses and mites living in a balance that is influenced by a long array of factors and is different between individuals and even between locations on the same individual. The microbiome does not only…

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