Overuse of antibiotics in food supply chains poses financial risks

Last August, a woman in her seventies was admitted to a Nevada hospital with a bacterial infection. She had just returned from an extended trip to India, where she had been hospitalized for a broken leg, and her doctors’ first instinct was to do what medics have done for decades: prescribe a course of antibiotics.

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Published On: May 7, 2017Categories: From the Commons