In this Oct. 20, 2016, webinar, Leah Dorman, D.V.M., and Steve Solomon, M.D., share some of the same concerns and priorities, including most importantly that antibiotics must be used responsibly in both human and animal medicine. They also cover changes underway in how antibiotics are being used on farms, the risks, as well as “superbug” concerns and the broader global picture with regard to antibiotic resistance.
Watch Dr. Leah Dorman, a veterinarian and mom, explain how antibiotics are used on the farm to keep animals healthy and improve safety and affordability.
Dr. Leah Dorman, a veterinarian and mom of three, explains the safeguards that farmers, the animal health community and the government have in place to prevent antibiotic residue and ensure the meat you feed your family is nutritious and safe.
Antibiotic resistance is a complex topic. In this video, Dr. Leah Dorman, a veterinarian and mom of three, explains what antibiotic resistance is, and talks about steps the animal health community is taking to make sure antibiotics work when we need them most, and protecting the public health and animal health.