Studies indicate antibiotic use increases odds of drug resistance

08/30/2005 | NYTimes.com

Evidence is building from several studies that the use of antibiotics, even when appropriately prescribed, can cause individuals to become resistant to drugs intended to treat infections. One researcher reports a patient's chance of carrying a resistant organism doubles if antibiotics were used for any reason within the previous two months.

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