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The end of antibiotics

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dave@dave

So I was watching this show and it was talking about how a lot of bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotics. I'm sure we all know that but some of the predictions were pretty scary. By 2025 they expect full resistance to antibiotics which is terrible. For us herpters we really need to worry because we frequently get open wounds, if it gets infected kiss your ace good bye. Also life expectancy will drop dramatically, back to your 30s and 40s rather then your 70s. Also mass food shortage since majority of the food is kept in squalor and just pumped with antibiotics. These are scary times approaching

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JBnATL

Herpes is a virus and does not make us susceptible to bacteria any more than people who don't have this virus.

You are neglecting the possible advances in treating bacteria that will be developed over time. True there are some bacteria immune to antibiotics today but I am confident that in the future there will be other ways to kill these germs.

JB

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