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Marine life in a South African bay is full of chemical pollutants

By Leslie Petrik, Professor / Leader of the Environmental and Nanoscience Research Group, University of the Western Cape
Cecilia Yejide Ojemaye, Researcher, Department of Chemistry, University of the Western Cape
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When humans eat fish, mussels and other foods containing antibiotics, the residual antibiotics may cause bacterial pathogens to become resistant.The Conversation


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