Copper Protects from the Spread of MRSA

Copper can make a significant difference worldwide in protecting us from the spread of resistant MRSA infections. MRSA is notoriously resilient and is easily transmitted via droplets or germs on surfaces that have been contaminated by touching. We are all likely to come in contact with these surfaces in the public places we frequent.  MRSA has been demonstrated to be so rapidly destroyed when in contact with copper, it has no chance of breeding or mutating. Click here to read more.