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Antibiotics misuse rendering them ineffective...

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    To be fair, this is why I like the medical culture in the UK that anti-biotics should be prescribed by a doctor when they are necessary. Unlike some countries such as France and Spain, which you can buy willy nilly over the counter in Pharmacies. You may have a viral through infection, and taking an anti-biotic such as Amoxicillin in this case will do more harm than good.
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    I thought this was quite obvious.., but money make people do stupid ****.
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    (Original post by AbuAK)
    I thought this was quite obvious.., but money make people do stupid ****.
    No idea what this statement has to do with the original question... Are you high?
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    This isn't exactly news, antibiotic resistance has been an issue for absolutely ages. The WHO sometimes dramatise things, but this is a worrying problem indeed


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