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Making sure GM food is safe to eat
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Antimicrobials are sometimes used to treat plant diseases and in animals as preventative drugs. There is increasing concern about this use of antimicrobials and whether it is contributing to the antimicrobial resistance of human infections.

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Facts About Antibiotic Use In Animals and the Impact on ResistancePublic InformationSystematic ReviewAlliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics
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The Need to Improve Antimicrobial Use in Agriculture: Ecological and Human EffectsInvestigationSystematic ReviewUniversity of Chicago Press
Uses of Antimicrobials in Food Animals in Canada: Impact on Resistance and Human HealthInvestigationGovernmentalHealth Canada
Animal Health Institute WebsitePublic InformationUnspecifiedAnimal Health Institute
Use of antimicrobials outside human medicine and resultant antimicrobial resistance in humansPublic InformationFactsheetWHO










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