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5-12 11:45am Think Tank: Antibiotics and Super Bugs

May 12, 2014|

Garland talks to State Epidemiologist Dr. Raoult Ratard about super bugs and ineffective antibiotics.

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The World Health Organization. That is calling it a crisis bigger and more urgent in the aids epidemic of the 1980s. The moderate Director General WTO. It's set for -- being in the -- who lived the fantasy. Isn't -- very real possibility. In. New year time. Federal push -- this and and see you for listening to hire properly or real sell its we have doctor. -- old broad starlets state epidemiologists. The doctor appreciate the call. In the -- your run. Education your understanding. Is this a crisis of of that importance. Well we don't want that to be to deal with certain both legs. And we think you know we know about the that. That these are the people that we -- little boat and we don't you'll go to the no we can and then move and move of these few breaks that peaceful we would -- that you site. But only less than half of the ammonia which you'll DOG. The second out of the pneumonia acute commercial has been a toll on you lose some but India and we really don't know exactly which. Until we knew it publicly that if we it would bring to their annual. So -- be -- on your -- good start and now -- that we -- them. So road does that mean since they didn't -- this for the longest time that. It's a problem but we're not the apocalyptic. Problem that. World Health Organization is talking about. So -- the -- some that we that we get this done and -- -- -- -- from the problems. Did not commit corporate. But the quote commitment that we. Is that some of the back -- on. -- becoming an instant to vote treatment. And don't and because these idiots you have if you both India -- that don't know resistant to most of them to -- geeks. That we would -- Giving give me an example of one board what does that mean what happened. Phone companies who have both India and connection. The Serb government that you bacteria. Usually easy lead content deemed -- liberties. When that. A little more resistant to them to go text that we got the thank you -- 200 years ago we India to vote except older and they're not being sections and it would die infections. And -- keep your game. And but it yet we have we have an election you know the humans in question okay but -- in the election old male we -- bit. And recently we you're seeing that moment -- that becoming resistant to a two week. And we know he's going to mean you want to vote -- So we may go to -- that time -- -- but that was going to -- -- in the don't you -- Any of the infections due to do is at least in India. Of the World Health Organization says women had a new type of and a robotic developed in thirty years. And then I'll look at the budgets -- talking about -- upon the way true of Poland and global surveillance. Of the problem. Now look at the budget and were searched and about a per search drop to less than 1%. Of available research -- What are we don't we don't have the money -- and the the drug companies or developing. New more drops. Well it we -- -- money it's a question of ideally. You know if you that a company. In you need to so I've -- need to make money. And what's going to that you're able. That elegant and cornerstone. Of the blood to reduce hypertension. And direct quote I advocate. Then that's dot. -- USQ so you up to ten million people that produce millions of people with hypertension might have gone steadily yeah. And people that -- failure -- infection you what you -- maybe. 100000. So you make more money. Gabriel being new to explode these coordinate disease that don't critique. Food so where does that money come from. Dominique come home and it does say that but the government does to pick it will be -- -- -- -- we have the legal about it and Google. -- -- -- -- -- We have to recognize that we. They need to develop but India and if it's not. If you can make too much when -- by developing them. Then you know we have forwarded via an idea tweet we put money cohesive group that Google and you want to vote -- bootleggers. But I'm not going to be making a lot of money. One and the liabilities have been his -- well although it's -- extending a little problem and looking to get. To spend money on these closing. The one final question. And antibiotics in food production particular meat is that -- adding to the problem in a big boy. It cut into that ultimately that would be if you're going to. And that obviously the spot particularly some of the most. Useful want to vote geeks. That can be used to have those barely but what -- week that what I expect from. It was -- -- good idea to use them -- would put it. Doctors different companies -- -- coach -- did you can't quit. Would get about fifteen seconds scale of one to ten a big problem is that. Or it could be. And doctor thank you so much will do more shows on this hopefully. Walks through some more time thank you some -- Doctor -- tolerances that epidemiologist. Amigo brigades celebrity a -- five the --