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Antibiotics in Environment Fuel Drug Resistance?

May 8, 2012, 7:58 am by WebMD

Antibiotics found in river sediments, farmed soil, and other sources are polluting the environment and contributing to the rising rates of antibiotic resistance, a new report suggests.

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