1.Why is antibiotic resistance a problem?
2.What are possible causes of antibiotic resistance?
3.What are ways that scientists have proposed to deal with the problem?
4.What are ways that ordinary people can help to keep antibiotic resistance from getting worse?
5.Express your opinion about which of all of the suggested ways of dealing with antibiotic resistance you think are most important to pursue. Support your opinion with reasons.

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  2. What does your text or other assigned reading say?

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