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STOP DOSING MY BURGER

The FDA curtails animal antibiotic use, fearing threats to humans

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PIG DIFFERENCE: Activists complain that the FDA order has too many loopholes that will allow farmers to continue pumping antibiotics.
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IN AN EFFORT to preserve the efectiveness of antibiotics in treating human infections, the Food and Drug Administration has sharply curtailed use of the drugs to spur growth in livestock.

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