The ineffectiveness of antibiotics will have a big impact on future generation because they will have a hard time fighting off the diseases because antibiotics won’t work. Figures from the World Health Organization, which has described antibiotic resistance as one of the biggest threats to global food security, health and development today predicts “The number of cases, however, is predicted to increase to 10 million per year by year by 2050”. But this could also affect future generations because Kunin from Ohio State University stated “ By the year 2020, the era of new antibiotics will be over and we'll be back in the 19th century, It will affect kids because the kids won’t be able to fight off the bacteria such common diseases as pneumonia, meningitis and bronchitis, and the medicine won’t work”. So antibiotic resistance is a major issue that if it doesn’t get solved it can affect not only you, but the next generations.
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