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Use "multidrug" in a sentence
"But in the late 1990s a more disturbing trend emerged: strains of tuberculosis called multidrug-resistant, or MDR-TB, that were resistant to not one but several of the most effective medications (called first-line drugs), began popping up in Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe."
"If your body is resistant to these two drugs it's called multidrug resistant TB, or MDR-TB."
"His diagnosis now is being called multidrug-resistant."