Antibiotics breed apocalyptic diseases

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It's past time for conventional medicine to step down from its hubristic stance to realize that they don't know better than nature, that they cannot beat nature, and that they must work with nature, not against her. Until they do, they'll be no different than any of the other soul-sucking industries that exist by raping the earth of her bounty. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is again screaming about yet another antibiotic-resistant disease. The latest, a mouthful called carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) is resistant to nearly all - possibly all - antibiotics and kills one in two people who get it. That makes it one of the most dangerous infectious diseases known. The increasing number of antibiotic-resistant diseases is terrifying, but the fact that we need to face up to is that these diseases are all caused by the treatment that modern medicine has relied on as the primary excuse for its existence for decades: antibiotics. These drugs were supposedly the greatest invention ever made. They were going to rescue us from all infectious diseases. We were entering a new era. And it's certainly proven true that we've entered a new era - but it's one of far worse diseases than those originally treated with antibiotics! Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) originally burst into headlines as the horrific flesh-eating bacteria. It's still that, though it's been given the gentler name of MRSA.Clostridium difficile (C diff) has a mortality rate that may run from 10% to 30%. It's a severe, and often relapsing, disease that causes diarrhea, inability to eat, and lack of energy, not to mention pain.Escherichia coli (E coli) is a natural pro-bacterium that normally lives in the human gut. But it's been turned into a killer disease with antibiotics. Then we have drug-resistant tuberculosis, along with a range of other diseases that are out of control and more virulent as a direct result of modern medicine's standard treatment, antibiotics. The age of antibiotics is turning into something entirely different than was envisioned. Instead of an infectious disease utopia, we're seeing the beginnings of an infectious disease apocalypse - that is, we are as long as the modern medical paradigm stays in effect.
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