- Sep 15, 2012
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- Columbus, OH
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Correct, but we do know that new classes these drugs tend to take 20-30 years to develop, we know that there is almost nothing in the pipeline, and we have a good idea of how fast the effectiveness of the current drugs is dying.
First new antibiotic in 30 years discovered in major breakthrough
Good news yes, but that in green should alarm you. As well as new studies that show that the old drugs are dying even faster than we thought.
It's a matter of priorities. This is an issue now with cancer and always has been with millions dying every year because of it. It is but a hypothetical scenario for this bacteria that might happen tomorrow or not for another 1,000 years.