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Germ Mutation and Innaproiat Antibiotic Use
In conclusion, the battle with germs will really never end. It will be a constant battle with them until the end of eternity. Although the problems of biological mixing, human amplification, and changes in our environment all affect the way microbes function, that still doesn't change the fact that they are becoming resistant to our drugs. At the center of current concern is the antibiotic vancomycin, which for many infections is literally the drug of "last resort," (Blum) Some 40 percent of hospital-acquired staph infections are resistant to all antibiotics except vancomycin. "We know at some point vancomycin will succumb and the bacteria will grow and proliferate unrestrained. It will be like the 1950's and 1960's, when we had nothing to treat this infection, and the mortality rates were as high as 80 percent." But no matter how hard the fight becomes, the germs found a way infiltrate our antibiotics and become resistant, and man will find a way to keep fighting back.…
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