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Update: Farm Animals Get 80 Percent of Antibiotics Sold in U.S.


Two weeks ago, I broke the news of a new FDA report that estimated for the first time the amount of antibiotics sold in the United States every year for use in agriculture: 28.8 million pounds.

That long-awaited report didn’t answer a crucial question: What volume of antibiotics are sold in the United States each year for human use. It’s a crucial question because, in answer to concerns about antibiotic resistance arising on farms, the answer has always been that human medicine is equally culpable because it uses similar volumes of antibiotics.

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Comment by Jukit Babalu
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Doctors Cathcart III and Klenner were successful in using massive doses of vitamin C to cure illnesses of all kinds, including polio, which proved that antibiotics and allopathic medicine are unnecessary. Pat Coleby did the same thing except on animals of all kinds. You can`t patent oranges/lemon/lime. Bopperism will cure the soul so get hep.

Never mind the affliction 

Bopperism is the cure