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Antibiotic resistant gonorrhea is on the rise.
Could this be the end of antibiotics?
Scientists are mining dirt for potential cures for disease.
If our salvation does lie in clay, it cannot come soon enough.
We can stop it, but we don't have much time.
This week, reports of a "superbug" resistant to antibiotics, more deadly than AIDS - are shown to be hyperbole. But we should still pay attention to the crisis of antibiotics abuse in the US.