What would happen if antibiotics failed the next time you needed them? If you got bronchitis or pneumonia, and antibiotics no longer worked? You see, many infections today no longer respond to antibiotics. It’s as if we stepped back one hundred years to a time when a common infection could spell disaster. Every year over 2 million Americans suffer from an antibiotic-resistant infection and over 23,000 people die from these infections. These days, bacteria and viruses adapt to survive the drugs. They develop into “superbugs.” And they’re becoming impossible to treat.

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