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19 September 2011

Concern over drugs fed to animals

Drugs fed to animals to promote growth and prevent diseases may play a key role in the emergence of antibiotic resistant bacteria, microbiologists said.

Drugs fed to animals to promote growth and prevent diseases may play a key role in the emergence of antibiotic resistant bacteria, microbiologists said.

She was speaking during the 51st annual Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy meeting in Chicago.

Limit antibiotics in animals

 
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