Incorrect use of antibiotics can lead to the development of resistant or invulnerable bacteria. Antibiotics may no longer be effective.
Antibiotics save millions of lives each year. The problem is that we use antibiotics too much. This causes the development of resistant bacteria.
What is antibiotic resistance?
When antibiotics are no longer effective against resistant bacteria, it can have serious consequences for cancer treatment.
Consequences for cancer patients?
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