New Delhi: Even as the health ministry has denied any threat by superbug NDM-1 alleged to be found in Delhi`s sewage and drinking water, former Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) chief N.K. Ganguly Tuesday said the superbug`s presence and ill-effects have been confirmed."Do not underestimate the superbug," Ganguly said here at the first forum on bacterial infections in the capital."Considering the hospital waste that goes into Delhi`s sewage water, many studies have confirmed that the multi-drug resistant superbug is present in Delhi`s environment," he said."It is the most deadliest bug roaming around," added Ganguly, chairman of the Immunology Foundation.
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