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[an-tee-by-AH-tick or an-tie-by-AH-tick] a drug used to kill micro-organisms (germs) that cause disease. Antibiotics may be made naturally by living organisms or they may be created in the lab. Since some cancer treatments can reduce the body’s ability to fight infection, antibiotics may be used to treat or prevent these infections.

What's new in stomach cancer research and treatment?

... Antibiotics. Studies are being done to see whether antibiotic treatment of people
who are chronically infected by H pylori will help prevent stomach ...


Infections in People With Cancer

... because some germs resist certain antibiotics that kill others of that same type.
This test also takes time, but it shows the best antibiotic to kill the ...



... by using a needle (often guided by ultrasound), and then giving antibiotics. ...
If you are diagnosed with mastitis but antibiotic treatment does not help ...


What's new in non-Hodgkin lymphoma research and treatment ...

... with an antibiotic (doxycycline) can make this lymphoma get better and even
go away. More studies may be needed before antibiotics become part ...


Tea Tree Oil

... After the discovery of penicillin and other antibiotics in the late 1940s, tea tree
oil went out of favor as an antiseptic until the 1980s, when it was ...



... during antibiotic treatment and for 5 days after. The researchers reported that
both Lactobacillus groups had less diarrhea from taking antibiotics ...