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What Are Superbugs? Why Using Antibiotics Might Be Bad For The World

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Common illnesses no longer routinely kill us thanks to the antibiotics that have been prescribed to suffering patients regularly for the last 70 years. They're now the most commonly prescribed drugs used in human medicine. But microbes are fighting back, morphing into deadly organisms capable of resisting even the toughest drugs. Every year in the United States, these fatal superbugs infect at least 2 million people and kill at least 23,000 of them. 
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