Beth Clarke
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Antibiotic resistance: 'These medications keep me alive'

A "citizens jury" has been looking at the part Wales can play in tackling the global threat of antibiotic resistance.

For the last 70 years there has been a reliance on drugs to fight common infections but bacteria has been mutating to fight back.

Beth Clarke, 34, from Splott, Cardiff, has had cystic fibrosis since she was a baby and needs to take antibiotics to live.

  • 08 Jul 2016
  • From the section Wales
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