21st October 2023
Antibiotics are often hailed as one of the greatest discoveries of medical science. They are credited with saving scores of soldiers in the World War II era and millions of lives since then. However, there are major problems with this story that has been promulgated by the medical establishment and the pharmaceutical industry.
In this video we look into the history of penicillin and the state of the scientific evidence, including recent concerns about ‘antimicrobial resistance’. Are antibiotics ever useful and why do they seem to work sometimes if there are fatal flaws in the germ theory of disease?
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