antibiotics

Making Strides in the Responsible Manufacturing of Antibiotics

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Pfizer is committed to ensuring that the manufacturing, use and disposal of our products, including antibiotics, does not adversely affect human health or the environment. Core to this commitment is taking action to assess and reduce, as needed, the risk of antibiotics in wastewater from Pfizer and supplier manufacturing facilities

Pizza Hut Pledges All Chicken to Be Raised Without Antibiotics by 2022

Commitment consists of all chicken, including wings, at Pizza Hut/WingStreet locations; Company first national pizza restaurant to make commitment on bone-in/bone-out wings
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PLANO, Texas, June 19, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Pizza Hut announced today its commitment to serve chicken raised free of antibiotics important to human medicine (per World Health Organization) by 2022.

This commitment comprises all chicken, including the company’s WingStreet wings, and comes roughly a year after the brand completed the removal of antibiotics important to human medicine from its chicken for pizza. Pizza Hut is the first national pizza company to commit to an antibiotic policy for chicken wings.

Pizza Hut: All Chicken Will be Raised Without Antibiotics by 2022

The move will make it the first pizza company to commit to an antibiotic-free policy for chicken wings, Pizza Hut claims.
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by Danny Klein

Our Collective Love of Red Meat

Blub, Cluck, Oink and Moo
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Boy!

For those of you who read last week, that was the answer to our question. We are so very excited, and we are grateful that our baby is looking good and healthy on the ultrasound.

Now, on to this week’s post. Growing up, I had the inestimable blessing of a Southern mother who made dinner for the family most nights. This meant that I ate well. Mom, I didn’t say this enough back then, but thank you!

Global Pharmaceutical Industry Calls on Governments to Work with Them to Beat the Rising Threat of Drug Resistance

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LONDON, January 21, 2016 /3BL Media/ - More than 80 leading international pharmaceutical, generics, diagnostics and biotechnology companies, as well as key industry bodies, have come together to call on governments and industry to work in parallel in taking comprehensive action against drug-resistant infections – so-called ‘superbugs’ – with a joint declaration launched today at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

The Perfect Storm is Here, but Help to Address Antibiotic Resistance Could be on Its Way

by David Payne, Antibacterial Discovery Performance Unit
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It’s hard to believe that six years have passed since I wrote a piece for the journal Science with the headline, “Desperately Seeking New Antibiotics.” At the time, I had a lot of concerns about the increase in the number of infections that were becoming resistant to antibiotics, the need for diagnostic tests to monitor antibiotic use and how pharma company pipelines for new antibiotics had dried up.  

Drug Regimen May Eliminate Colonization With Superbug CRE

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Washington, DC, November 26, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Orally administered, nonabsorbable antibiotics were effective in eradicating carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) colonization, according to a new study published in the December issue of the American Journal of Infection Control, a publication of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC).

Just Say No: Livestock, Drugs and Groundwater

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Factory farms produce a majority of our nation’s meat. Over two-thirds of the beef consumed in this country comes from farms with at least 5,000 head of cattle; more than 90 percent of the chicken we eat comes from only ten companies; and over the last 30 years the number of hog farms has dropped to a tenth of what it was, while pork sales have remained steady.

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