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Hospital deaths on the rise as common medicine fails to cure infections

Infectious bacteria are rapidly evolving, practically laughing and mocking modern medicine. These infectious bacteria are reclaiming over-sterilized environments and rapidly reproducing in the face of our best antibiotics. As modern medicine’s best antibiotics fail to cure infections, hospitals have become dangerous breeding grounds for antibiotic-resistant super bugs. Hospital management all over the world is now having a hard time controlling the spread of super bugs.

Patients who take antibiotics already have weakened immune systems and depleted microbiome terrains, so they are at a greater risk to these super bug infections. Health authorities don’t like to admit this and may divert the real cause of a patient’s death. Super bug outbreaks can be easily “swept under the rug” so the public is not alarmed, but the truth is staring at us in the face.

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