Australia the ‘lucky country’ in antibiotic resistance

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With high per capita antibiotics usage, a new study has warned Australia is the “lucky country” and must remain vigilant if it is to maintain current levels of low antibiotic resistance. Coinciding with Antibiotic Awareness Week (16-22 November 2015), Internal Medicine Journal research paper Antibiotic resistance: are we all doomed? found that despite Australia’s high

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