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Antibiotics\' Dark Side MP3

[2014-10-13 12:00:00] Antibiotics save lives every day. But new research shows that these drugs may also be harming us through the food we eat. This hour, we’ll talk about why some scientists are warning that we may soon lose the power of antibiotics with Frontline correspondent David Hoffman. His reporting on the topic is included in Frontline: The Trouble With Antibiotics, which airs Tuesday at 9 on KERA-TV. Source: kera.org

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