Chickens are common cause of foodborne bacterial infection

The CDC says farm-raised chickens treated for respiratory disease with an antibiotic are becoming resistant to drugs that treat Campylobacter bacteria, the most common cause of foodborne disease. A related study in the U.K. finds that 99% of organically raised poultry are infected with the bacterium, compared with 56% of conventionally raised birds.

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