U.S. Lags In Stemming Antibiotic Resistance

05:18 EDT 6 Apr 2015 | GMO-Journal

Ticking time bomb. End of modern medicine. Urgent danger. This is how the world sees the problem of antibiotic resistance, but in the United States, in part due to politics of the day, with abundant backing from lobbyists, crucial regulations are missing despite the scientific alarms.

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