Antibiotic Resistance A Major Medical Challenge Antibiotic resistance is one of the major threats facing todays's modern medicine. Richard H. Ebright, a chemistry professor and researcher, explains new approaches for developing antibiotics that may lead to methods for treating drug-resistant tuberculosis and other diseases.
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Antibiotic Resistance A Major Medical Challenge

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Antibiotic Resistance A Major Medical Challenge

Antibiotic Resistance A Major Medical Challenge

Antibiotic Resistance A Major Medical Challenge

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Antibiotic resistance is one of the major threats facing today's modern medicine. Richard H. Ebright, a chemistry professor and researcher, explains new approaches for developing antibiotics that may lead to methods for treating drug-resistant tuberculosis and other diseases.