Drug-Defying Germs From India Speed Post-Antibiotic Era
Indiaâ€™s $12.4 billion pharmaceutical industry manufactures almost a third of the worldâ€™s antibiotics, and people use them so liberally that relatively benign and beneficial bacteria are becoming drug immune in a pool of resistance that thwarts even high-powered antibiotics, the so-called remedies of last resort.
Poor hygiene has spread resistant germs into Indiaâ€™s drains, sewers and drinking water, putting millions at risk of drug-defying infections. Antibiotic residues from drug manufacturing, livestock treatment and medical waste have entered water and sanitation systems, exacerbating the problem.
As the superbacteria take up residence in hospitals, theyâ€™re compromising patient care and tarnishing Indiaâ€™s image as a medical tourism destination....
oh no, natural germs were not good enough for modern man. he had to go and tinker around with it, dig up the deceased bodies of the 1918 flu pandemic to get the germs, try to militirize the Lyme borrelia germ using Nazi scientists at Plum Island, and then things happen like the scientist in SF this month that died or the outbreak of disease in UK in cows where the herds have to be decimated (traced back to lab) or anthrax scares (traced back to lab) or epidemic in Lyme Conneticut (traced back to lab) and then years later they find the same germs in the brains of deceased alz's patients. Darwin's world is self-destructive.
there are natural antibiotics. "prisoners of war" a historical book on WWII exemplifies how the body can be healed through knowledge of God's creation.