For the first time appearing in the U.S., a rare type of E. coli infection that scientists are calling a “superbug” was found last week in a 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman. This “superbug” is resistant to many antibiotics, even Colistin, which doctors use as a last resort when other antibiotics aren’t effective.Researchers said if the gene that made the E. coli drug-resistant, called mcr-1, passes to another superbug with other mutations, it could result in bacteria that resists all known antibiotics.Read more at Grand Valley State UniversityLearn more at Centers for Disease Control Act Now