Antimicrobial resistance is widely considered to pose one of the greatest risks to modern medicine. The Government appears to recognise this threat to society and has produced its Five Year Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy. However, the strategy seems to rely mainly on encouraging the pipeline for new drugs.
“The microbe is nothing. The terrain is everything.” Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) is purported to have made this statement on his deathbed. The origin of the quote is attributed to Claude Bernard (1813-1878), a physiologist and contemporary of Pasteur. By quoting Bernard, Pasteur was recanting his germ theory, a theory that assigned the cause of disease to microbes invading and reeking havoc on the body, with specific germs causing specific diseases. Michael Garko, Ph.D
If the Government’s strategy included exploration of, and research into, less orthodox approaches, it is felt it could avert antibiotic prescriptions for upper respiratory tract infections in primary care, a major source of antibiotic resistance, amongst other things, as featured in the following 13 minute video extracted from the ‘Missing Link’ full Documentary featured on this site:
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