Ed Septimus

Infectious Diseases Society of America

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Member of the Antimicrobial Resistance Committee at the Infectious Diseases Society of America

Ed Septimus on KCRW

Public health officials don't want to "cry wolf" or frighten people more than needed. So, they don't often use apocalyptic language.

Bugs, Drugs and Super-bugs

Public health officials don't want to "cry wolf" or frighten people more than needed. So, they don't often use apocalyptic language.

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