Specialized laboratories in Denmark and Canada are trying to find out the origin of the bacteria, that experts found in the rests of Pablo Neruda, at the investigation of 2015.
The Staphylococcus aureus, was an unusual bacteria at the seventies in Chile, and is not related to the cancer he suffered. The suspicions emerged due to procedures made in Murcia, Spain; in the middle of the inquiry leaded by minister Mario Carroza.
At present, the investigations are under the responsability of The McMaster Ancient DNA Centre and the Department of Forensic Medicine at the University of Copenhagen.
The results will be informed during the coming months to Carroza, who is trying to clarify the causes of the strange death of Pablo Neruda.