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Without antibiotics and antibacterial chemicals, the human race is at a serious disadvantage, causing us to be once again susceptible to many historically deadly epidemic infections. Nevertheless, antibiotic resistance will continue to increase if nothing is done to impede it. This fast-acting enemy is not one to take lightly. Antibiotic resistance is a growing problem for mankind, but simple steps to halt it can be taken now.
Mary Kathryne Dickinson is a freshman Integrated Science and Technology major from Richmond, Virginia. Although she hopes to one day do scientific research in the field of genetics, she also plans to sustain her passion for music, art, and writing.
Dickinson, Mary Kathryne
e-Vision Journal of Undergraduate Writing: Vol. 9
, Article 4.
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