The end of the age of antibiotics and the rise of the superbugs

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
By Paul Martin

by: Tony Isaacs
NaturalNews.com
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Antibiotics have been hailed as medical science’s greatest contribution in the fight against illness. Now, over a century after they first came into use, an increasing number of people are coming to believe that the development and widespread use of antibiotics may go down as one of medical science’s greatest mistakes.

Quite simply, the age of antibiotics is coming to an end, and we have entered the age of the superbugs — increasingly virulent pathogens which continue to mutate and defeat the strongest antibiotics that science can produce.

Looking back, it is easy to see why modern medicine is losing the war against microbes. Microbes have been around for 3.5 billion years, and it takes many bacteria only 20-30 minutes to replicate.

As Dr. Mark Sircus told Natural News readers in 2008:

“Eventually antibiotics are going to be seen as one of the worst things to ever come out of pharmaceutical science because in the end, they have made us only weaker in the face of ever increasingly strong super bugs that are resistant to all the antibiotics doctors have at their disposal.”

Deadly new pathogen outbreaks are turning our hospitals into deathtraps

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