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Does nothing ever change?

I recall when I was at college 50 years ago, we were lectured on the dangers of microbial resistance to antibiotics and, unless care was taken in their use, we would end up in a situation where we would be left with nothing in our arsenal.

This has been brought back to my mind reading recent coverage in The Pharmaceutical Journal on the same issue (2014;292:494).

Does nothing ever change?

Anne Liddell

Worcester

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal DOI: 10.1211/PJ.2014.11138885

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