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Does nothing ever change?

I recall when I was at college 50 years ago, we were lectured on the dangers of microbial resistance to antibiotics and, unless care was taken in their use, we would end up in a situation where we would be left with nothing in our arsenal.

This has been brought back to my mind reading recent coverage in Electronicjuice on the same issue (2014;292:494).

Does nothing ever change?

Anne Liddell

Worcester

Citation: Electronicjuice DOI: 10.1211/PJ.2014.11138885

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