Discussions Surrounding Antibiotic Resistance Can Not Be One-Sided


Richard Raymond served as a family doctor in a rural Nebraska town and as Nebraska's chief medical officer before being named USDA undersecretary for food safety. Now working as a consultant, Raymond was recruited by the National Institute for Animal Health to help guide the industry's discussions and efforts on addressing antibiotic resistance in food animals. He discusses why the conversation surrounding antibiotic resistance must include everyone who has a stake in the issue, including animal agriculture, human medicine and consumer activists.


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