Antibiotic Resistance: When Drugs Don’t Work Anymore
Published November 10, 2017
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    Carl Romm was just 27 when he lost his life to a strain of bacteria that could not be treated—a superbug. Antibiotic resistance is a growing global health threat, sickening 2 million Americans each year and killing 23,000. It’s been 30 years since a new type of antibiotic has made it to market. What happens when the medicine we take for granted stops working? We talk with Carl’s parents, Chris and Joyce Romm. To learn more, visit >>> pewtrusts.org/afterthefact.
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