Posted: May 22nd, 2023
Bacteria and other resistance genes are known to be transmitted at a high rate and travel much farther. This makes the spread of epidemics much faster hence endangering the lives of many. As the population of the world increases on a daily basis, it is becoming more and more important for researchers and other stake holders such as government bodies and members of the medical community to come up with solutions to reduce the resistance of antibiotics. Opportunities involved in the fast spread of bacteria from person to person are compounded by the increasing number of individuals in public places such as stadiums and parks. Globalization ha also contributed to higher resistance of antibiotics as distribution of food from one continent to another greatly increases the chance of the citizens of either countryâ€™s to contract bacterial infection (Bloomberg, 2007).
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