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Antibiotic resistance in the modern era has reached near-epidemic levels, resulting in much more difficult treatment of previously well-managed pathogens. Previous understandings of how antibiotic resistance emerges failed to account

Antibiotic resistance in the modern era has reached near-epidemic levels, resulting in much more difficult treatment of previously well-managed pathogens. Previous understandings of how antibiotic resistance emerges failed to account for the function of the environment. Over the past 15 years, new research has provided a link between the environmental and clinical spheres of antibiotic use.

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