The Rise in Antibiotic Resistance: A Cause for Concern

Macy Carder



            Since the first discovery of penicillin in 1928, antibiotic resistance has plagued itself on the fight against infection. In recent years, multi-drug resistant bacteria have become a threat that we have little in the way of controlling. In an interview with Dr. Erika Lutter, a pathogenic microbiology professor and researcher at Oklahoma State University’s Microbiology and Molecular Genetics department, we discuss the causes and possible solutions to this ever growing issue.

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