The Post-Antibiotic Age
Posted: Dec 05, 2014 4:05 PM ET
Antibiotics have given us longer, healthier lives, cheap food and far less life-threatening infections. But author Maryn McKenna warns that we're on the precipice of a post-antibiotic age - one in which antibiotics will be useless.
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