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California pharmacy floods population with free antibiotics, promoting deadly superbugs and environmental pollution

by Mike Adams, Natural News  |  published on February 21, 2013

Antibiotic-resistant superbugs kill 48,000 Americans each year — roughly the same number of American soldiers who died in the entire Vietnam War. This data was published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, and the data is from 2006.

It’s certainly much worse today, and the health care costs related to superbug infections surpasses $8 billion a year.

Superbugs are caused by the abusive over-use of antibiotics. In the presence of antibiotics, bacterial strains mutate and multiply to become completely resistant to those antibiotics, transforming into “super killers” that can be fatal and have no known treatments from the world of pharmaceutical medicine. (They can still be killed by colloidal silver, but the entire medical establishment pretends that colloidal silver doesn’t work.)

Given these facts, it is astonishing that a California pharmacy named Stater Bros has announced a “free antibiotics” program, irresponsibly flooding the population with antibiotics and contributing to the deaths of innocent people due to the proliferation of antibiotic-resistant superbugs.

Stater Bros actions indicate the company is far more interested in its own promotions than the long-term impacts of flooding the human environment with antibiotics.

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