CDC: Poor antibiotic prescribing in hospitals proving deadly
from Pharmacy Practice News
In 1945, upon accepting his share of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery and isolation of penicillin, Alexander Fleming delivered an ominous warning: If you use antibiotics too much, the bad bacteria could grow resistant and the drug's lifesaving power could diminish.
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