Antibiotic Resistance Still Rising: Research for Primary Care

October 30, 2019
Leo Robert

Antibiotic treatment for H. pylori is in trouble; antibiotic-resistant E. coli may not be caused by food. Plus more important research ICYMI, at-a-glance.

New data on antibiotics, antibiotic resistance, and infectious disease point to spreading resistance to the key drugs taken for H. pylori infection, a new family of promising synthetic antibiotics, and poor hygiene vs bad food as a cause of antibiotic-resistant E. coli. Scroll through the slides below for brief summaries of the key findings from these and 3 more recently published studies.

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