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“Every time antibiotics are used in any setting, bacteria evolve by developing resistance and that process can happen with alarming speed. These drugs are a precious, limited resource—the more we use antibiotics today, the less likely we are to have effective antibiotics tomorrow,” said Steve Solomon, Director of the CDC’s Office of Antimicrobial Resistance.

“We are approaching a cliff. If we don’t take steps to slow or stop drug resistance, we will fall back to a time when simple infections killed people,” said Michael Bell, Deputy Director of CDC’s Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion, and one of the report’s authors.

This is VERY serious if the CDC is announcing it. Please Seek alternative treatments, cures and medicines before conventional doctor prescriptions, let minor infections run their course and use cell building and protecting foods, plant medicines and as a last resort, supplements if necessary.

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