[Microbiology] Re: Microbio Digest, Vol 53, Issue 1

jorge1907 from aol.com via microbio%40net.bio.net (by jorge1907 from aol.com)
Thu Oct 1 18:31:14 EST 2009


agree with limbic - we've enough BS melodrama around already.


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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: Rising Plague (N10)


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Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2009 00:26:08 +0100
From: "N10" <limbic_lesion from hotmail.com>
Subject: [Microbiology] Re: Rising Plague
To: microbio from net.bio.net
Message-ID: <mrudnXnyTKGJdF7XnZ2dnUVZ8rCdnZ2d from bt.com>

You would do better to go get a Doctorate in Pharmacology or Microbiology 
and do something about this problem you percevive than actually prophiting 
from writing about it.


N10

"sbm" <remailer from reece.net.au> wrote in message 
news:W9QH9LTC40076.9594328704 from reece.net.au...
> "Rising Plague: The Global Threat from Deadly Bacteria and
> Our Dwindling Arsenal to Fight Them" by Brad Spellberg
> (Amazon.com: http://xrl.us/RisingPlague )
>
> (M&C) - Meant as a serious wakeup call to professionals and
> laypersons alike, this is a well researched yet
> approachable examination of a frightening future as the
> adaptability of bacteria threatens to overtake humanity's
> ability to create effective antibiotics. As drug companies
> continue to focus on the more lucrative markets of erectile
> dysfunction or overactive bladders, the number of new
> antibiotics under development has dwindled to a pitiful
> few. This, at a time when numerous strains of bacteria have
> developed alarming resistance to every antibiotic currently
> available and kill over 100,000 Americans annually..
>
> Continued: http://xrl.us/RisingPlague2
>
>
> 




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