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"The penicillin looks good."
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Feel better and Feel less medicine.
"Don't forget to take a handful of our complimentary antibiotics on your way out."
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Antibiotics versus probiotics: A battle of wills.
'The bottom line: do we wait for the government to approve it as an antibiotic, or do we go ahead right now and sell it as a furniture polish?'
"The answer isn't more troops—what you need is an antibiotic."
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"Your infection may be antibiotic-resistant, but let's see how it responds to intensive litigation."
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'What I really hate is preventive medicine. The go after us before we even do anything.'
"I must confess I've never seen such an unfortunate side reaction to penicillin."
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'That which does not kill me, make me stronger.'
It was a short-cut through the hospital kitchens that Albert was first approached by a member of the antibiotic resistance.
"The strain isn't clicking on the ads, Marie... They're becoming immune!"
'Pharmaceutical update: 'They got me producing antibiotics for cattle.' - 'That figures - I'm producing them for sheep.'
"Is it safe to assume that the meat is laced with antibiotics and the salad is chockfull of pesticides?"
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"I believe doctors write too many prescriptions, Mr. Martin. I'm writing you a sonnet."
'That new antibiotic seems to be working. Time to evolve again.'
"I know other hospitals are worried about the superbug, but ours is the only one that understands the accounts system."
"It's a prescription for one of those new super-antibiotics. You won't just get better, you'll get even."
'It used to be a dairy farm, but now the milk produces therapeutic proteins, and the eggs contain antibiotics.'
"To be honest, I'm not really surprised to hear your relationship isn't working out. You're not the first bacterium and penicillium to sit in those chairs and you certainly won't be the last."
'They used to be called sheep, and they produced wool. Now they're some sort of bioengineered creatures, and they produce antibiotics.'
'Penicillin is called a 'wonder drug' because any time the doctor wonders what you've got, that's what you get.'
'I'm better now. I'm on antibio-ticks.'
"If these antibiotics don't work, we'll switch to probiotics."
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"I said no to drugs, but the F.D.A. said yes."
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