It is deeply moving, interesting, and scary all at one time.
I was afraid that maybe this book will be to hard to understand but I was very surprise that it was so easy to read and understand.
Part of the problem lies in misuse of the drugs, in ways that very nearly ensure the rise of resistant bacteria.
Spellberg provides a cogent thoughtful summary of resistant infections and the need for immediate developmental efforts to discover, design and test new antibiotics to combat the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by JWH13
I'm a reporter and I was working on a series about antibiotic resistance. This book provided me with a wealth of information I was able to use in my story. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Caroline Balchunas
As the head an infection control company with 800+ reps, this was the most useful training tool I have found for myself and team. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bradley Burnam
Amazing book, I wish he woud have spoke a bit about things like sida, cryptolepis, got away a tad from reduction science, the reason I say that is because the garbage big-pharma... Read morePublished 10 months ago by ken cummings
Lucid, well-written and argued. Language sufficiently simplified for a non-medical reader. In addition to explicating a position on this issue, the book also contains an excellent... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Patrick Tyler
I don't want to seem petty, but the overtones about global warming didn't ( I feel ) belong. The second half was about the politics involved. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Wayne A. Stanfill Jr.
Haven' finished yet but I have shared it with other people! It's very interesting but on the other had very scary to think this could happen.Published 17 months ago by Chelle
The author's narrative is fine as long as he stays out of economics, but once he veers into "how do we make more antibiotics," he shows a bias towards a pro-corporate model... Read morePublished 22 months ago by R. K. Norris
This book is excellent. It is well written and documeted. I had no idea how bad the problem had begung. I think everyone would benefit by reading this book.Published on November 3, 2010 by Pat