CDC on the “End of Antibiotics”

Recently, PBS Frontline released an interview from Dr. Arjun Srinivasan, an associate director at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In the interview, Dr. Srinivasan states that antibiotics are becoming less and less useful, and that we may have helped to speed them along the road to obsolescence via “overuse” and “misuse.”

If you’d like to learn more about antibiotic resistance, the University Library and Law Library are home to many useful resources. A number of videos are available to stream online through Films on Demand, and we also have a variety of books. Here are a few recent ones:

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One Response to CDC on the “End of Antibiotics”

  1. Chris Stotelmyer says:

    Thanks Sarah!

    Link to pictures of the killer bugs:
    “Meet the Nightmare Bacteria”