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Drug-resistant bacteria and fungi cause almost 3 million infections and 35,000 deaths a year, the CDC reports.


Drug-resistant germs sicken about 3 million people every year in the United States and kill about 35,000, representing a much larger public health threat than previously understood, according to a long-awaited report released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The new estimates show that, on average, someone in the United States gets an antibiotic-resistant infection every 11 seconds, and every 15 minutes, someone dies.

Bacteria, fungi and other germs that have developed a resistance to antibiotics and other drugs pose one of the gravest public health challenges and a baffling problem for modern medicine.

Scientists, doctors and public health officials have warned of this threat for decades, and the new report reveals the top dangers and troubling trends. More pathogens are developing new ways of fending off drugs designed to kill them, and infections are spreading more widely outside of hospitals. No new classes of antibiotics have been introduced in more than three decades.



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hey, thanks for the pin.
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My doctor says we have maybe 5 to 7 years until antibiotics are useless.

Sure hope they can make some new ones.
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FC-meh
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My doctor says we have maybe 5 to 7 years until antibiotics are useless.

Sure hope they can make some new ones.
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garlic, oil of oregano, honey, olive leaf extract, etc.

There are no natural antibiotics that germs have become resistant to.
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My doctor says we have maybe 5 to 7 years until antibiotics are useless.

Sure hope they can make some new ones.
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Have heard same thing, AC. Anyone needing elective surgery oughta' get that shit done pronto.

It will get to a point very shoon where going to hospital for anything will be at your own risk due to superbugs.
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FC-meh
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You'd think Meh if you picked up one of these.
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My doctor says we have maybe 5 to 7 years until antibiotics are useless.

Sure hope they can make some new ones.
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Ascorbic acid (especially delivered by IV as sodium ascorbate at very high doses) kills all bacteria, virus, and fungal infections. Even superbugs.
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My doctor says we have maybe 5 to 7 years until antibiotics are useless.

Sure hope they can make some new ones.
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Have heard same thing, AC. Anyone needing elective surgery oughta' get that shit done pronto.

It will get to a point very shoon where going to hospital for anything will be at your own risk due to superbugs.
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Absolutely. A relative picked up C. diff at a hospital. They couldn't get rid of it for good, it kept coming back.
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My doctor says we have maybe 5 to 7 years until antibiotics are useless.

Sure hope they can make some new ones.


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Ascorbic acid (especially delivered by IV as sodium ascorbate at very high doses) kills all bacteria, virus, and fungal infections. Even superbugs.


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My doctor says we have maybe 5 to 7 years until antibiotics are useless.

Sure hope they can make some new ones.
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They don't care. They put out statements of "gee, if we only had billions of your dollars more...mayyyybe we could come up with something?" and even the nasty govt got tired of the milking and "extortion by idiot".
They have been such beasts about it, killing people who never even left school yet, because they did not know they should have accepted that corporate offer, killing drs who get near "disease dujour" money, like cancer and infectious diseases or get too near other things selling treatment for them or diabetes & etc.

When you hear "We could of course (maybe) SAVE YOU if the govt would just pay us MORE BILLIONS OF YOURS, AGAIN!!"
It is complete despicable bullshit so you will freak out and be their instrument of extortion of your tax money. They just want money.

It will not take 5-7 years. They are killing people with antibiotics under a rationale of "they were going to die of the pox anyway?" and it will not be "years" because people have been getting leery already and the exploitation, disregard and abuse has never been worse.
They may have a "denial" tape that kicks in on what i say, but when they get the "sense" that they mean nothing and only the medical people and their goals do, they are just "meat", it creeps em out proper.
Medicine is full of bad people it should not be so there will be someone to do all the bad things that are not hippocratian being done.
"Science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind"

Covid, fake riots, communist organizers - keep your powder dry America. This was not the disease or the riots, those both are still on down the line.
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A guy from my church got checked into a hospital because he was feeling very lethargic, caught a strong virus in the hospital and died 2 days later.
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WE DON'T BELIEVE YOU.

YOUR CREDIBILITY IN ALL THINGS FACTUAL AND CURRENT IS LESS THAN ZERO.

AND IF IT WERE TRUE THAN SOMEONE FUCKED UP AN REPORTED THIS THE WRONG WAY. THAT'S HOW MUCH THE MSM SUCKS.
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This should scare a few more people towards the "life saving vaccination" that will show up in the next few years.
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Based on?

I have been in almost 40 and I can't tell you why it didn't happen last year?
Not pneumonic, but others.
Now that it appears some nasty bacteria can survive on and ride fungi to a host, they are including it in mention because its also becoming endemic in our countries due to 3rd world invasion. Not just staph on the walls, but a netting for it to ride longer in hopes of making it to blood.

Or are you just saying its vaccine hype?
"Science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind"

Covid, fake riots, communist organizers - keep your powder dry America. This was not the disease or the riots, those both are still on down the line.
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A guy from my church got checked into a hospital because he was feeling very lethargic, caught a strong virus in the hospital and died 2 days later.
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Yes we had a family that thought they were helping dad by making him go to the hospital and it killed him fast. Was before i lived here.
"Science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind"

Covid, fake riots, communist organizers - keep your powder dry America. This was not the disease or the riots, those both are still on down the line.
Garden garden grow spices and medical plants too.

I am a VeterAid volunteer for Arrogant Mushroom Healers of Alamogordo.
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It's the parasites ya gotta watch out for, they're gonna bleed you dry then harvest your adrenachrome, while transfusing your kid's blood until he's transparent.

The parasites are the only threat.
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Drug-resistant bacteria and fungi cause almost 3 million infections and 35,000 deaths a year, the CDC reports.


Drug-resistant germs sicken about 3 million people every year in the United States and kill about 35,000, representing a much larger public health threat than previously understood, according to a long-awaited report released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The new estimates show that, on average, someone in the United States gets an antibiotic-resistant infection every 11 seconds, and every 15 minutes, someone dies.

Bacteria, fungi and other germs that have developed a resistance to antibiotics and other drugs pose one of the gravest public health challenges and a baffling problem for modern medicine.

Scientists, doctors and public health officials have warned of this threat for decades, and the new report reveals the top dangers and troubling trends. More pathogens are developing new ways of fending off drugs designed to kill them, and infections are spreading more widely outside of hospitals. No new classes of antibiotics have been introduced in more than three decades.



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worked in hospital labs some years ago an we never saw gram negative staph like we are seeing now.
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My doctor says we have maybe 5 to 7 years until antibiotics are useless.

Sure hope they can make some new ones.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78116487


garlic, oil of oregano, honey, olive leaf extract, etc.

There are no natural antibiotics that germs have become resistant to.
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FTW-GLP11


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Drug-resistant bacteria and fungi cause almost 3 million infections and 35,000 deaths a year, the CDC reports.


Drug-resistant germs sicken about 3 million people every year in the United States and kill about 35,000, representing a much larger public health threat than previously understood, according to a long-awaited report released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The new estimates show that, on average, someone in the United States gets an antibiotic-resistant infection every 11 seconds, and every 15 minutes, someone dies.

Bacteria, fungi and other germs that have developed a resistance to antibiotics and other drugs pose one of the gravest public health challenges and a baffling problem for modern medicine.

Scientists, doctors and public health officials have warned of this threat for decades, and the new report reveals the top dangers and troubling trends. More pathogens are developing new ways of fending off drugs designed to kill them, and infections are spreading more widely outside of hospitals. No new classes of antibiotics have been introduced in more than three decades.



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 Quoting: Digital mix guy

worked in hospital labs some years ago an we never saw gram negative staph like we are seeing now.
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They like to do studies where they combine medicinal plants with other drugs so the lay person doesn't understand how drastic the effect of just the medicinal plants are. They do it all the time, because it gets them published by the pharma controlled publishing industry.


Lithospermum officinale
Lithospermum officinale, or common gromwell or European stoneseed, is a plant species of the genus Lithospermum.

Melilotus officinalis, known as yellow sweet clover, yellow melilot, ribbed melilot and common melilot is a species of legume native to Eurasia and introduced in North America, Africa and Australia.


The most active antibiotic-potentiating extractswere those from L. officinale(extracted with chloroform,methanoland water), M. officinalis (chloroform andmethanol), Cinnamomumaromaticum(chloroform),Pimpinella anisum(chloroform)andPulmonariaofficinalis(chloroform and methanol)(Table 3)as well as the chloroform extracts ofAngelica sinensis, Tussilago farfara(methanol)and Commiphora molmol(chloroform)(datanot shown). Of the extracts investigated, those from M. officinalisand L.officinalewere the most active against strains...


Medicinal plant extracts with efflux inhibitory activity against Gram-negative bacteria.
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Why chloroform? Throw people off?

Last Edited by Timur2020 on 11/14/2019 01:52 PM
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Covid, fake riots, communist organizers - keep your powder dry America. This was not the disease or the riots, those both are still on down the line.
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Hospitals are filled with it, probably the only way to get rid of it is to burn them down and build new hospitals.
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'we named them superbugs because we thought they were only a minimal threat. Now we know their threat is super sized'
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I literally just read something stating snail mucus and certain fish mucus can kill these crazy deadly super bugs with no problem. Even the worst of the worst kinds. Just wanted to share that.
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My doctor says we have maybe 5 to 7 years until antibiotics are useless.

Sure hope they can make some new ones.
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garlic, oil of oregano, honey, olive leaf extract, etc.

There are no natural antibiotics that germs have become resistant to.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77753827


Ginger kills both fungus and bacteria very well. Also, there is colloidal silver used medicinally it is very safe.
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We don't have new antibiotics and will not have new antibiotics in ten years even if we started a new Manhattan Project today.

We don't have them, because unlike Viagra, Cialis and SSRIs and blood pressure drugs, antibiotics aren't profitable. Hence, no research into new antibiotics. Without fundamental research, it is pointless to ask for new drugs.

It is pointless to blame the people who misused the existing antibiotics. Even if there had been strict discipline to prescribing them, we'd be in the same situation. Maybe decades later, but still.

We are here because the corporate bottomline overrides the need for new antibiotics.
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My doctor says we have maybe 5 to 7 years until antibiotics are useless.

Sure hope they can make some new ones.
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Tell me, how does your "hope" improve the problem? Got an answer?





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