As soon as antibiotics were discovered and developed for medical use, bacteria began a Darwinian “arms race,” with pathogens developing resistance to antibiotics, necessitating continual development of new types of medications.  

Experts have been warning that humans are starting to lose more of these battles every year. The specter of untreatable and virulent outbreaks, local or . . .

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