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Who’s Winning This War – With the increasing use -and abuse- of antibiotics, bacteria are learning to fight back against the deadly drugs

Others | Nov 13, 1993

It is unfair to blame the GP alone for increasing antibiotic resistance. Patients should be educated against self- medication.

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