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Although prominent physicians in the mid to late twentieth century announced with great fanfare the end of infectious disease for all time such has not turned out to be the case. In fact infectious disease is becoming more of a problem in the industrialized world every year. Resistant bacteria are making massive inroads in hospitals; one of the more common sentences in newspaper obituaries is "died of complications following surgery." They rarely say that in nearly all cases those "complications" are resistant bacteria the patient picked up in the hospital.

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