Study: Overuse of antibiotics starts at doctors' offices

05/19/2010 | Reuters

Overprescription of antibiotics at doctors' offices could lead to a buildup in individual resistance to the drugs, which in turn contributes to the community-level spread of drug-resistant bacteria, according to a study. Experts said financial incentives are needed to convince drug companies to develop new antibiotics.

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