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Oxford researchers, Professors Tim Peto and Sarah Walker, in a recent publication in the BMJ are among a group of infectious disease experts to argue that the advice that completing a course of antibiotics is necessary to avoid antibiotic resistance is not supported by evidence and should be dropped.

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