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Describe how bacteria develop antibiotic diseases.

A: Bacteria develop antibiotic resistance when a person stops taking antibiotics before the prescription is finished. By doing this, most of the bacteria die, but some more resistant bacteria survive and multiplies, which can then spread to other people?

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  1. Correction: *multiply

    posted by Anonymous
  2. You may want to add some of this information.

    http://www.rxlist.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=115605&page=3

    posted by Ms. Sue

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