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When The Drugs Don't Work by Anirban Mahapatra

 "The age of antibiotics is ending. If we don’t act now, we will soon find ourselves in a world where minor injuries and common infections are deadly once more."

📚 Just finished reading "When The Drugs Don't Work" by Anirban Mahapatra, and it was an eye-opener! Reminded me of another great book Bottle of Lies. Different context, similar recupersesion.

Have you ever wondered what would happen if antibiotics stopped working? 🤔💊

The book is a sobering exploration of the crisis of antibiotic resistance. It takes readers through the history of antibiotics, their revolutionary impact on medicine, and the alarming rise of antibiotic-resistant superbugs. 

Mahapatra's narrative sheds light on a future where common infections could once again become deadly. This is a read for anyone concerned about the future of healthcare and the steps we must take to prevent a global health catastrophe. 

ANIRBAN MAHAPATRA is the author of the book, COVID-19: Separating Fact from Fiction, and writes a popular science column for the Hindustan Times.

Non-fiction/Health
Price - Rs 599
Publisher - 
Juggernaut Books 

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