Deadly bacteria and the pharmaceutical industry

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There are around 4 quadrillion quadrillion bacteria on Earth. Not all of them are bad. Some are good for our health.

But the greatest danger to modern medicine nowadays is multi-resistant bacteria. These bacteria do not react to antibiotics. In fact, antibiotics are now proving ineffective against a growing number of multi-resistant germs.

This documentary shows another side to the story. It shows how some companies contribute to the development of resistant germs and spread them globally.

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