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CDC's 'Nightmare Bacteria' Reveals Need for Natural Medicine

CDC's Nightmare Bacteria Signals Need for Natural Medicine

Globally, great fear has been generated by the CDC Director's recent description of a "Nightmare Bacteria" resistant to all medications, capable of killing 1 in every 2 people whose blood becomes infected with it.  But isn't the primary problem that the drugs aren't working, and that natural medical solutions are needed now more than ever?

According to a recent CDC report titled, Lethal, Drug-resistant Bacteria Spreading in U.S. Healthcare Facilities, drug-resistant germs called carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriacea, or CRE, are on the rise and resistant to all, or nearly all of the antibiotics within the conventional drug armamentarium.

The CDC describe CRE bacteria as a "triple threat":


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