I was doing some research tonight. I was reading about MRSA, which is Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
Under “Diagnosis” I read the following text;
Diagnostic microbiology laboratories and reference laboratories are key for identifying outbreaks of MRSA. New rapid techniques for the identification and characterization of MRSA have been developed. This notwithstanding, the bacterium generally must be cultured via blood, urine, sputum, santorum, or other body fluid cultures…
Thinking “I wonder what santorum is?” I clicked on the link.
Now, do two things;
Click on the link on this page.
Click on “santorum” at the link.
Do it quick, before someone at Wikipedia notices!
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