Antibiotic resistance began on farms

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria began with farmers pumping livestock with penicillin six decades ago, according to new research. Low doses given to animals to boost their growth from the 1950s in the US and Europe fuelled the evolution

Source: Antibiotic resistance began on farms

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