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Aussie GPs are prescribing between four and nine times as many antibiotics as they should be, according to MJA research Research led by Christopher Del Mar, Professor of Public Health at Bond University, has found an estimated mean of 5.97 million acute respiratory infections cases per year were managed in Australian general practice with at least one antibiotic,

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